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Two Spotted Lady Beetle - Adalia bipunctata

Two Spotted Lady Beetle - Adalia bipunctata
Government House, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
August 26, 2007
Many of these on what I believe is a Russian-Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia). This individual has a fungal infection, probably of the fungus Laboulbeniales (see comment here).

Beautiful! This is indeed a
Beautiful! This is indeed a member of Laboulbeniales. It is a Hesperomyces species, probably Hesperomyces virescens.

Thank you for putting an ID on the fungus.

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