Agriots are long, thin beetles with bright orange wings. They are primarily nocturnal, and spend their days sleeping in the hot desert sands; they will spend the night flying and catching insects in their long, thin pincers. Agriots tend to live by themselves, but will gather together in groups of up to three to eat a larger meal. Sharing a meal in this way seems to create a bond that precludes any aggression between those agriots from that point onward.
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