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Coccinella trifasciata subversa? - Coccinella trifasciata

Coccinella trifasciata subversa? - Coccinella trifasciata
8 miles East of Wauconda, Okanogan County, Washington, USA
August 21, 2016
Size: ~ 4 mm
Captured by Adam Griswold. Believe this little lady beetle is a slightly differently marked three-banded lady beetle, and is a Coccinella trifasciata subversa?

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Moved
Moved from Lady Beetles.

Both subspecies occur in that vicinity
And I would not like to attempt distinguishing them from a specimen like this.

This beetle has the pattern most often associated with subspecies perplexa (ssp. subversa is usually completely spotless, or with very limited markings). But it is not out of the question for subversa to show such complete markings in the northern portion of its range.

 
Thank you James..
I moved them to Coccinella trifasciata and will leave there for possible subspecies later..

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