Coccinella transversalis from spider web
This Transverse Ladybird (Coccinella transversalis) was stolen from a spider's web near the Bromo volcano on Java, Indonesia. After cleaning off the spider goo I was surprised to see it come back to life :o)
Not the best images, but I've added this image because here the pale pattern is quite white, whereas it is often pale orange/reddish on many specimen.
''Coccinella transversalis'', commonly known as the Transverse Ladybird or Transverse Lady Beetle is a species of ladybird beetle found from India across southern and southeastern Asia to Malesia and Australia.