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Life Cycle and Larval Morphology of Diomus terminatus (Coleoptera:Coccinellidae) and Its Potential ...


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The Coccinellidae of Louisiana (Insecta: Coleoptera).


New species of ladybeetles in the genera Scymnus and Mulsantina (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Influence of alternate prey on predation of monarch butterfly larvae by the multicolored Asian lady beetle (Coccinellidae).


Notes on Texas Coccinellidae.


A checklist of the Coccinellidae of Arkansas.


Studies in Coccinellidae


Natural enemies of the Coccinellidae: parasites, pathogens, and parasitoids.


Arawana scapularis (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae) in the United states and new locality records for species of Arawana.


Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) is a species complex.


Reproductive incompatibility between two subspecies of Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Discovery of a New World ladybird beetle Nephaspis indus Gordon, 1996 (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae: Scymnini) on the Island of ...


Nutritional aspects of non-prey foods in the life histories of predaceous Coccinellidae.


Ecology and behaviour of the ladybird beetles (Coccinellidae).


Revision of the genus Mulsantina Weise (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Causes and consequences of ladybug washups in the Finger Lakes region of New York State (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Aggregation of lady beetles on the shores of lakes (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Survey of lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) found on Texas high plains cotton, alfalfa and weeds.


Fortuitous establishment of Rhyzobius lophanthae (Coccinellidae) in S TX on the Cycad Aulacaspis Scale, Aulacaspis yasumatsui


Harmonia axyridis (Pallas), the third species of the genus to be found in the United States (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).


Hyperaspidius venustulus (Mulsant) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): a rarely collected lady beetle associated with the mealybug.


Adventive lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in the Canadian Maritime Provinces...


Field guide to recently introduced species of Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) in North America


The Coccinellidae (Ladybird Beetles) of Minnesota


The Scymnini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the United States & Canada: Key to genera and revision of Scymnus, Nephus, & Diomus


A revision of the forms of Coccinella L. occurring in America North of Mexico (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)


Subcoccinella vigintiquatuorpunctata (L.), first Virginia record and new North American host of an adventive lady beetle...


The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada: new records, biogeographic notes, and conservation concerns


Ladybird beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) recently immigrant to Florida


New Coleoptera records for New Brunswick, Canada: Kateretidae, Nitidulidae, Cerylonidae, Endomychidae, Coccinellidae, and Latrid


Generic revision and phylogeny of Microweiseinae (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)


An annotated checklist of the lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of Iowa, U.S.A.


Ladybird Beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone


Larval systematics of North American Coccinella L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)


The Brachiacantha (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of Illinois


Geographic origin and taxonomic history of Delphastus spp. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in commercial culture


Review of the New World Species of Hippodamia Dejean (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)


Larval systematics of North American Cycloneda Crotch (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)


Larval key to Genera and selected Species of North American Cocinellidae (Coleoptera)


The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of America North of Mexico


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Thanks again, Tim -


Comparative taxonomy trees: my biggest argument yet


Coccinellidae subfamilies


Not so... er... slow...


BG Coccinellidae list in Taxonomy forum


Tribe Scymnini and its genera


Coleoptera - Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae pupa? Maybe a l


Coccinellidae: Coleomegilla m


I was surprised at exactly how var. this genus is per spmns.


You could always just do the non-cite technique


Coccinellidae


Here's another trick you may enjoy.


Family Coccinellidae, when you're sure


I would look in coccinellidae


Family Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae.


Yes, Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae?


Moved


Scymnini moved; thoughts of Scymninae


just Scymnini, then?


Take a look...


Ahhh...


Coccinellidae egg cluster.


Its a prepupal Coccinellidae


Definetely Coccinellidae pupa


Look like Coccinellidae eggs.


and here's E. childreni


Thanks!


Frassed, Coccinellidae, gen. sp.


Lady Beetle Larvae - Coleoptera


Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle - Coccinellidae


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved, not Coccinellidae. Compare Tricorynus.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Frassed - have been identified as far as possible.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification.


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification


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Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification


Moved to Coccinellidae for expert identification


Coccinellidae


Copyright of your photograph


Looks like it.


Coccinellidae


There's still a lot of distinctive Coccinellidae missing


Diomus vs. Scymnus


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


coccinellidae


Psyllobora


Coccinellid larva


Coccinellidae


Ladybird Beetle larva


from top


Beetle eggs


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae?


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


Antennae


Cybocephalus nipponicus, i expect


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


What about Cycloneda emarginata ?!?


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


Thanks, James!


Red colouring always takes longer to form in Coccinellidae


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


I've found that most specimen


Alphabetical ToC by family "Latin" name


Alphabetical ToC by family common name


Really "complete"?


The preparation


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


Lady Beetle


Thank you James!


What I see on BG


Coccinellidae


Moved, maybe Coccinellidae: Scymninae


Moved for expert review to Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae


I disagree


Hi Emile


Hi Jeremy


Hi Edward


Thank you for the information


Prostigmata: Heterostigmata


Find your taxon in BPNW


Looks like the larva of a Lady Beetle (Coccinellidae)


and after that...


article on this species


Coccinellidae..


lake-side beetles


Mandables?


looks like Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae, Diomus terminatus???


Coccinellidae, Diomus terminalis??


here we go; nice shot


no aberration; quite a common thing


Lady Bug Nymph


I don't know why...


coccinellidae


Thanks!


seconded


probably not Coccinella...


Nope


was also thinking H. arcuatus...


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae?


I think


not a solution, but...


must be Brachiacantha tau


wish I could see those specimens...


up to Coleoptera it goes...


this continues to puzzle, but it is C. polita


larva


Brachiacantha ursina (Fabricius)


Harmonia axyridis (Pallas)


Coccinellidae, not Chrysomelidae


They look more like mealybugs


Actually


Great addition to the guide!


Thank you Bill!


not to mention the Mexican border so close!


Stethorus punctillum


Abigail Parker


something in Nephus or Diomus?


this actually is an extremely small ladybug ;)


Coccinellidae: Scymninae


try Diomus terminatus


new genus, great!


Coccinellidae: Scymninae


C. t. perplexa is only subsp. in NY


Coccinellidae: Scymninae


Thanks


Olla v-nigrum


maybe Olla v-nigrum?


Identification - Possible


Hippodamia convergens, I'd say


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae: Scymninae?


lady beetle, Coccinellidae


Looks like...


On the really pricey side...


That catalogue is "Gordon, 1985" - it rocks!


Hyperaspis quadrioculata, fidelis form - nailed it :-)


my thoughts exactly!


postcoxal lines are big factor for Scymninae


Brachiacantha, not sure which


that's why I don't move them too fast


I'm interested too


Agree with placement


I like the size comparison here


length/width measurements


I could get used to this...


Axion plagiatum: it's what's for dinner


Ladybird larva


coccinellid subgenera


I'll count the chalizae...


Endomychus biguttatus...


likewise :-)


native species aplenty :-)


Coccinellidae addict here :-)


Okay, I'll respect your wishes


nicely said...


just one "t" in American Beetles


....further propaganda


I agree


"tropical" or "tropical checkered"?


ITIS.gov


Okay, keep 'em!


you've got quite a few P. 20-maculata, though


I'll start looking...


cropped


Cycloneda polita


what editors can see


I find it interesting that wh


Thank you, will change now


I'll change in our overview


Genera, tribes


exactly what we need!


Current Practice...


Probably ID'd, definitely nice shot!


I see what you're saying, but not Coccinellidae


The black band across the pro


Tribe Scymnini, but not Cryptolaemus


Done!


raising tiny hand


Nephus species, perhaps


if it isn't I don't know what it is...


The Coccinellidae of California lists five genera


Gordon's guide


Lady beetle larvae on the Guide


Tribe Scymnini lady beetle larva


Moved


Coccinellidae. Naemia?


Great find!


Looks like


Coccinellidae


The Robert Gordon (1985) reference


Moved


I cannot find any


I have found similar ones


Thanks


Overview


Epilacna sp. (Coccinellidae, Coleoptera)


Thanks, Tim!


Coccinellidae


Last 70 pages?


Stethorus


Coccinellidae


All the Coccinellids that I'm


Ok, fixed.


Thanks Eric and Tim!


Coccinellidae » Scymnini


Ladybug Larva


Coccinellidae


Not an expert


No, I didn't raise it


stem of the type


lost relevant comments


but you are still correct, Phillip


Vedalia Ladybird Beetle


Coccinellid larva


Coccinellid larva


Coccinellid larva


Coccinelid larvae


Coccinellidae.


Thanks for the help, Domingo!


ladybug


Tortoise Beetle - Charidotella sexpunctata


Please compare discussion on Coccinellidae subfamilies


I'm also not in favor.


We see all the genera when


Subfamily Scymnidae.


Coccinellidae


I agree.


Coccinellidae


Internet reference


May not be Coccinellidae.


Perhaps we have made our point and


Epilachna borealis


coccinellid pupa


Coccinellidae: Hyperaspis sp.


Pupa.


Shaped like a Ladybug.


Moved


Coccinellidae


No, Coccidae is soft scale insects


Striped lady beetle.


Coccinellidae: Scymnus sp.


Coccinellidae pupal defenses


Nope


Coccinellidae


Coccinellidae: Hyperaspis sp.


"Keys to all taxa"


Lady beetle.


the walking image most helpful.


Coccinellidae: Scymninae: Diomus terminatus


Coccinellidae.


try C. polita


Perhaps C. trifasciata?


Lady beetles.


Coccinellidae?


Coccinellidae: Sticholotodinae?: Delphastus like coccinellid?


Coccinellidae


Bureau of Entomology & Pest Control


Not Axion.


I disagree!


Coccinellidae » Hyperaspis


Possible Ladybird Beetle


Chrysomelidae! (but not that one)


Hyperaspis.


Asian Lady Beetle


Harmonia


Coccinellidae


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