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BG2555 E1596 - Coccinella septempunctata

BG2555 E1596 - Coccinella septempunctata
North shore of Lake St. John, Concordia Parish, Louisiana, USA
July 5, 2008
Size: body length 7.6 mm.
This beetle is a match for Coccinella septempunctata.
Confirmation/correction would be appreciated.
Gayle

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she's really a lady, too
This is a female, with only a little bit of white on the head. Males have a lot more white, including a white "face" - on a male, the whole area between the two spots on the head would be filled in with white.

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Yes, seven-spotted lady beetle
Nice series.

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