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A mating pair of Twice-Stabbed Lady Beetles. For some reason, these beetles have larger red spots in the south.
Found on a species of dogwood tree in an unmaintained landscaping bed. Larvae was found a few trees away, on a broad-leaved tree. These beetles are all over this area right now. (Mid September, Arkansas.)
Lat: 35.10, Long: -92.47
Spotted on Sep 16, 2019
Submitted on Sep 25, 2019