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Harlequin LADYBIRD - with 7-spot ladybird (on left) Featured Related Images Print

Harlequin LADYBIRD - with 7-spot ladybird (on left)

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Harlequin LADYBIRD - with 7-spot ladybird (on left)
Harmonia axyridis
The Harlequin is a voracious predator and easily out competes our native ladybirds for food. This introduced alien threatens our 46 native ladybird species, as well as many other UK insects, including butterflies and lacewings.
It comes in a range of patterns or colour variations (forms or morph). Originally from Asia, it was probably imported on flowers from Europe.
The Harlequin problem started in North America, where they were thought to be an attractive biological control agent. H. axyridis is still being sold in the USA and continental Europe for pest control.
Its numbers are increasing annually.
Steve Hopkin
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Useful insects, hand-colored lithograph, published in 1888 Featured Related Images Print

Useful insects, hand-colored lithograph, published in 1888

Useful insects: 1) seven-spot ladybird (Coccinella septempunctata); 2) 1-5 hoverfly (Syrphidae); 3) 1-4 lacewing (Chrysopidae); 4) 1-3 tachinid fly (Tachinidae). Hand-colored lithograph, published in 1888

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Yellow spotless ladybird (Illeis koebelei koebelei) Featured Related Images Print

Yellow spotless ladybird (Illeis koebelei koebelei)

Yellow spotless ladybird (Illeis koebelei koebelei), a fungus-eating beetle attracted to mildew on plants. It does in fact have spots, the two dark ones in the head region, and as a larva has seven rows of spots on the back. Japan

Beetle, Beneficial, Black Background, Coccinellidae, Coleoptera, Eats Powdery Mildew, Fungus Feeding, GardenerĂ­s Friend, GardenerĂ­s Friend, Insect, Lady Beetle, Ladybug