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Rodolia cardinalis - Larva  Coccidulinae,Coccinellidae,Geotagged,La Palma (Canary Islands),Ladybird,Larva,Noviini,Rodolia,Rodolia cardinalis,Spain,nl: Kardinaalslieveheersbeestje Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Incredible detail, as usual :).

    I particularly like the photo in the lower left. It reminds me of when I was pregnant and felt like a beached whale.
    Posted one year ago
    1. I was going to say something funny about the bottom left too. But without the pregnant part. Posted one year ago
      1. Ah, well...Different life experiences. You could relate it to being "beached"on the couch after drinking too much beer :-P. Posted one year ago
        1. Sure hope the larva/toddler wasn't pregnant or we'll have a totally new round of "me -too"-ish consternation to deal with ... ;o)
          @Ferdy: Okay ... curious now ... what was it? :o)
          Posted one year ago
          1. I was actually in the process of coming up with something funny, when I saw Christine beat me to it. It really caught my eye, it's a funny scene. Posted one year ago
            1. Yes, I couldn't resist adding a ventral shot in the composition for the same reason ... big, shiny red belly :o) Posted one year ago
              1. @Ferdy, sorry to usurp you! It's definitely a funny scene. I'm glad you thought to include it, Arp :D. Posted one year ago

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''Rodolia cardinalis'' is a species of ladybird beetle that is sometimes described as endemic to Australia.

Similar species: Beetles
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded Mar 3, 2020. Captured in Carretera el Refugio, 10, 38710, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.