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Confirmed as Hyperaspis


Hyperaspis, don't know which


Hyperaspis


options, but none seem to fit too well, but maybe H. signata?


Hyperaspis signata group - male


do you still have the specimen?


I'm thinking Hyperaspis too


H. signata group


H. signata or H. binotata


Hyperaspis signata group - male


probably Hyperaspis conviva


Hyperaspis signata group - male


Hyperaspis signata group


agree with Hyperaspis


yes, H. signata group; maybe H. conviva


Hyperaspis, possibly H. conviva


possibly Hyperaspis conviva, but can't say for sure


Hyperaspis males have more white on head/pronotum


looks like Hyperaspis, actually


Hyperaspis signata group


ditto


probably Hyperaspis, signata group


like twice-stabbed lady beetles...


Anyone else for Olla v-nigrum?


Not twice-stabbed


Hyperaspis sp., female


Perhaps a variant of Hyperaspis signata


Hyperaspis binotata (Say), male


Hyperaspis binotata (Say), male


no, not very flattened


Hyperaspis binotata (Say), male


Hyperaspis proba - female


Hyperaspis signata group - male


Hyperaspis... signata group?


Hyperaspis signata group


no,


Signata group (male), can't tell species from photos


Hyperaspis signata group


Hyperaspis signata group - female


Hyperaspis signata group - male


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white anterior = not Chilocorus; not sure abt Brachiacantha


must be a member of Hyperaspis signata gang


Hyperaspis?


as I was saying...


Another little problem


Moved


nope,


Hyperaspis 'signata group'