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Harmonia axyridis


Asian Lady Beetles of varying colors. All colorings were white black and red. Was very interested in the color variations of these two


West central ga. These two were found mating on a common field weed (weed yet to be identified).


Weeks later several lady beetle larva casings were found on the same plant. This appears to be a favorable habitat for mating/maturing. If you look closely below the lady beetles it looks like there may be a lacewing egg sack on the same plant

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momsavang a month ago

@AshleyT Thanks so much for letting me know! :)Fingers crossed.
This same weed resulted in a place where I found multiple Lady bug larvae casings. Seems to be a popular plant.

AshleyT a month ago

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Cataula, Georgia, United States

Spotted on Jun 25, 2020
Submitted on Jun 27, 2020

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