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The Asian multicolored lady beetle (Harmonia axyridis), is easy to identify from its false "eyes"—twin white football-shaped markings behind the head. In colour, the insects range from black to mustard, with zero to many spots. A common U.S. form is mustard to red and has 16 or more black spots.




originally uploaded on May 18th, 2003


USDA photo by Scott Bauer, Image Number K7033-20

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