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Not the Two spotted ladybeetle, but the introduced:  - Brumus quadripustulatus

Not the Two spotted ladybeetle, but the introduced: - Brumus quadripustulatus
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California, USA
July 25, 2009
This looked like the black form of Adalia bipunctata - Two spotted ladybeetle to me. However, thanks to the knowledgeable v. belov for the correction!

BTW- this individual was photographed on an Oleander plant, though there were definitely redwood and pine trees in the vicinity!

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Not the Two spotted ladybeetle, but the introduced:  - Brumus quadripustulatus Not the Two spotted ladybeetle, but the introduced  - Brumus quadripustulatus

Exochomus 4-pustulatus, member of a diff. lineage
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks for the correction!
Interesting comments on the guide page, as well!

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