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Spotted Lady Beetle - Coleomegilla maculata

Spotted Lady Beetle - Coleomegilla maculata
Kenner, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, USA
March 18, 2008
Any ideas?
Slightly small than a Spotted Lady Beetle. Orange rather than red like the Spotted Lady Beetle. Also has more spots and they are arranged differently than the Spotted Lady Beetle.

Thanks in advance!

Moved

Coleomegilla maculata
The question is which subspecies. I'd say C. m. fuscilabris, which is found in Florida and along the Gulf coast.

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