The LV-1201 bug is a large insect native to LV-1201.
Superficially identical to terrestrial insects, possibly through parallel evolution, the bugs more closely resemble beetles. Their main differentiation with terrestrial insects is their size — they are up to 1.5 feet long, with a wingspan of approximately 2 feet. Their dark brown color camouflages them against the ground. Their blood, just like humans, are red in color.
LV-1201 bugs are harmless besides just being pests, often appearing in air ducts or vents and triggering motion trackers. They seem to be scavengers, often found near organic remains, and prefer closed quarters where they can hide. Their wings are only able to carry them a few yards. When endangered, they have no other defense mechanism than leaping away.