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What is happening here? - Harmonia axyridis

What is happening here? - Harmonia axyridis
Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
June 6, 2009
Ladybug larva and eggs?

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What is happening here? - Harmonia axyridis What is happening here? - Harmonia axyridis

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larva is Harmonia axyridis
A first, maybe 2nd instar H. axyridis - the double-branched spines are diagnostic for the species and are evident w/in a day of egg hatch.

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Ladybug larva and eggs
Ladybug larvae are definitely egg predators, and they don't seem to mind eating ladybug eggs.

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