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Photo#524070
unidentified larvae (Hippodamia unidentified larvae) - Hippodamia

unidentified larvae (Hippodamia unidentified larvae) - Hippodamia
Natural Bridges State Park, Interp area, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
June 3, 2011
Size: 7mm
So far, the only Hippodamia adult has been the Convergent Lady Beetle, and they are not as numerous as the 7 spotted Lady Beetles.

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unidentified larvae (Hippodamia unidentified larvae) - Hippodamia unidentified larvae (Hippodamia unidentified larvae) - Hippodamia

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Moved from ID Request.

Hippodamia but I don't want to go to species
H. convergens is most likely but you never know...I can't ID Hippodamia larvae to species.

 
yes
I know, you can only go as far as you have keys.

I appreciate all you've done, and am not trying to overload you with Lady Beetles, just add to what I can.

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