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Three-spotted lady beetle larva

Axion tripustulatum


This larva is approximately 1/4 inch long. It seems to be very slowly spinning around-this may be part of turning into a pupa! I will watch to see if I can document this further-fingers crossed!


I found it attached to the side of our house.


I was thrilled to receive a note from a contributing editor to inform me that "It's a great find! This is the first larva of the species to be posted on BugGuide."

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Melbourne, Florida, USA

Spotted on Aug 3, 2013
Submitted on Aug 6, 2013

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