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Photo#1547831
A ladybug?

A ladybug?
Spokane, Washington, USA
June 28, 2018
Size: About 1/4"
It's the coloration that stands out to me, I've never seen one like it.

Yes this is Mulsantina picta, the painted ladybeetle
As there is already a June record for Washington, and the ID is given, the image is not needed for the guide.

Moved from Lady Beetles.

Hmmm...
... maybe Species Mulsantina picta - the Painted Lady Beetle? See here: (1) - a variable species.

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Thank you! It does look very
Thank you! It does look very similar, I think you're probably right.

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