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ladybug pupa - Hippodamia convergens

ladybug pupa - Hippodamia convergens
Sterling, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
May 28, 2007

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Moved

ID: Hippodamia convergens

Moved
Moved from Ladybird Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

ladybug pupa
Harmo*nia axyridis, probably.

 
Yes and no:-)
Yes, definitely pupa of a lady beetle, but I suspect it is of Hippodamia convergens. Larval skin looks grey, lacks branching spines of Harmonia larva.

 
Thanks Boris and Eric
How long it stays in the pupa stage? I tried to find some info about it on the site.

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