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Um...maybe Anatis, but...

Arguments for A. rathvoni

Anatis mali

Anatis, probably A. mali

why this is Anatis labiculata (not A. mali)

Anatis, probably A. mali

Anatis mali

Anatis mali - young 'un

Anatis mali (Say)

genus Anatis, not sure which

yes, an old one!

Anatis - A. mali or A. labiculata

Anatis, probably A. mali

Eye-spotted, Anatis mali

Anatis rathvoni

Different species, too

Anatis - A. mali or A. labiculata

probably Anatis mali

lady beetle larva, genus Anatis

definitely Anatis, could also be A. labiculata

Anatis labiculata - an elderly one!

Don't know how it got on that Guide page...

Definitely Anatis, not sure which species

Anatis, not sure which species

I would agree with Robin's diagnosis

Anatis mali

Anatis sp.

Anatis labiculata appears correct

This is probably A. labiculata, the underside seems to confirm

These light brown forms are very unusual

Anatis mali

Anatis mali

looks like Anatis mali


Looks like

Anatis mali

Anatis mali

Anatis, I can't ID pupae

Anatis mali

Anatis mali

elderly Anatis mali!

How about...

yes, Anatis; not sure which

Hi Chris,

nice look at the explanate elytra

Anatis mali

Anatis mali (Eye-spotted Lady Beetle)

Identification of Eye-spotted Lady Beetle

The pale margins around the spots