These small beetles appear as brownish to yellow in color and have a body similar in shape to a Japanese Beetle or June Bug. They have typical beetle legs with the hind set longer than the middle and forward pairs. On close inspection, the body appears to be covered in tiny hairs.
Adults of this species can be identified by how they rest - with their legs positioned upwards into the air as if they are waiting for a 'high five'. They can reside in a variety of habitats: from flat plains and gardens to rough and wild mountains.