The harlequin beetle (Acrocinus longimanus) is a large tropical longhorn beetle native to the Americas. The species' common name is derived from the elaborate pattern of black, red and greenish yellow markings on the wing covers of both sexes.
This cute little guy is known as Baeus (Scelionidae), or the dwarf flightless scelionid wasp. They're actually an egg parasite of spiders, including the black widow spider. No Creepy Crawlies Here: Gallery of the Cutest Bugs