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Pine Lady Beetle - Brumus quadripustulatus

Pine Lady Beetle - Brumus quadripustulatus
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California, USA
March 24, 2010
I am pretty sure of the ID. I had posted one of these in July of 2009. From the guide page this species was introduced intentionally in San Francisco.

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Pine Lady Beetle - Brumus quadripustulatus Pine Lady Beetle - Brumus quadripustulatus

Yes, B. quadripustulatus
Nice lady! Textbook pattern on this one, with those comma-shaped humeral spots. The species used to be E_xochomus quadripustulatus, I think this may be the first one submitted to BG since I created the Brumus node.

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