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Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle Larva (Chilocorus sp.) - Chilocorus

Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle Larva (Chilocorus sp.) - Chilocorus
Bear, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
May 28, 2009
Size: ~ 5mm
Found on Red Pine.

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Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle Larva (Chilocorus sp.) - Chilocorus Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle Larva (Chilocorus sp.) - Chilocorus

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Moved from Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle.

Sorry to keep moving these around, but there are at least 3 possible Chilocorus species in Delaware and I don't know of a way to separate them as larvae.

Moved

 
Thank you Tim!
Thanks for all IDs and moves!

yes,
Chilocorus sp. or close kin. If you have an image of the spines on the dorsal thorax, we might be able to say which genus for sure, using (1).

 
Thanks Tim!
For this individual these are the only images I have. I am hoping to get another shot at getting a better closeup of the spines.

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