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Halyzia sedecimguttata - Larva Old image (2007) used in a booklet about Ladybirds and their larvae:<br />
Baugn&eacute;e et al. &amp; Segers (ed.) (2011) Velddeterminatietabel voor de lieveheersbeestjes van Belgi&euml; en Nederland.<br />
<a href="https://books.google.nl/books?id=3WFP7QnxRSIC" rel="nofollow">https://books.google.nl/books?id=3WFP7QnxRSIC</a> Coccinellidae,Coccinellinae,Coleoptera,Geotagged,Halyzia,Halyzia sedecimguttata,Ladybird,Larva,Netherlands,Orange Ladybird,nl: Meeldauwlieveheersbeestje Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Halyzia sedecimguttata - Larva

Old image (2007) used in a booklet about Ladybirds and their larvae:
Baugnée et al. & Segers (ed.) (2011) Velddeterminatietabel voor de lieveheersbeestjes van België en Nederland.
https://books.google.nl/books?id=3WFP7QnxRSIC

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''Halyzia sedecimguttata'', or Orange Ladybird, is a species of Coccinellidae, also known as ladybird. Common in woodlands, both larvae and adults feed mainly on mildew and occasionally on small aphids. Their physical appearance is marked by a striking orange colour and the presence of usually 16 creamy white spots. Formerly uncommon, the species has established itself over the 20th century and is now common in many parts of Europe and the British Isles.

Similar species: Beetles
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Uploaded Oct 25, 2020. Captured in Riouwstraat 7, 7556 AM Hengelo, Netherlands.