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Eye-spotted Lady Beetle

Anatis mali

Description:

Large Ladybug with an extremely good grip and large black spots. (I counted 14) More rust red than any other Ladybugs I've seen.

Habitat:

Backyard woods near creek.

Notes:

Large, about a quarter of an inch. Really strong grip on my fingers. (No Ladybugs were harmed in this spotting.)

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5 Comments

mae-naturalists14
mae-naturalists14 4 years ago

it looks like a lady bug

roemer1
roemer1 4 years ago

Thanks NaturFindur, I'll look at that.

NateAndNature
NateAndNature 4 years ago

Most likely an Asian beetle


Grace M.
Grace M. 4 years ago

It could go under the Lost Ladybug Project mission.

Grace M.
Grace M. 4 years ago

I think this is a ladybug.


Gala Academy
Spotted by a stud ent at Gala Academy

Missouri, USA

Spotted on Mar 15, 2016
Submitted on Mar 15, 2016

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