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A medium sized body around 8mm. They usually present with a more redish color but this one sticks out of the crowd with a shiny yellow/orange. Like all ladybirds, they favour aphids but are especially useful with wheat aphids. Larvae remain on eggs when hatched and use the egg as a first meal.
A diverse habitat but common in gardens.
Lat: -33.95, Long: 18.41
Spotted on Dec 23, 2018
Submitted on Dec 23, 2018
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