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ladybug larva - Epilachna borealis

ladybug larva - Epilachna borealis
Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA
July 1, 2009
Size: 1/3 inch
ID please?

Moved from Epilachna.

Moved from ID Request. Maybe there are adults around, or you can raise it!


Don't know - sorry.

leaf surface
Looks prickly, more like squash. Bean leaves are smoother, in my experience. Squash leaves can actually hurt!

Yep, it was on squash..... I had adults ID'd and forgot to go back and move this picture.


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