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Fungus Eating Ladybird Beetle Larva.
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Thanks again Mark. This was my first submission. I will do a better job from now on. Today the yard was full of yellow lady beetles, you must be right :)
While I think of it also it's a good idea to put something in the description or notes about the size, local conditions and behaviour if relevant. Those things can help a lot with ID for some organisms.
Good find. This is the larval stage of the Fungus-eating ladybird.
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Spotted on Nov 16, 2014 Submitted on Nov 16, 2014
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