Adalia bipunctata f. typica
This once abundant species is quickly becoming scarce and possibly going extinct, due to the arrival of Harmonia axyridis, both as a competitor in the same habitats, but also as a vector of disease.
The fact that it is commercially exploited (and hence "produced" in mass) as a biological control agent, may improve it's chances of "surviving" as a species, but over the last years I've found fewer and fewer in the wild.
''Adalia bipunctata'', commonly known as the Two-spot Ladybird, Two-spotted Ladybug or Two-spotted Lady Beetle, is a carnivorous beetle of the family Coccinellidae that is found throughout the holarctic region. It is very common in western and central Europe and North America. It is used as a biological control agent.