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Photo#2105611
Harmonia axyridis

Harmonia axyridis
Winter Park, Seminole County, Florida, USA
April 9, 2022
Size: 5mm

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Moved from ID Request.

Why did you put it in alcohol…
… before letting it hatch? You could have put it in a jar and waited. Adults are typically easier to ID and make better specimens anyways. This might be an Asian lady beetle pupa

 
This person seems to preserve
This person seems to preserve their specimens right after photographing them, it seems to be true for everything they've posted so far.

 
Ya my bad
Didn't think about hatching it for identification. Even if it can't be ID'd I think it is cool as a pupa. Feel free to frass it if needed.

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