Harmonia conformis

>/2014/12/02/ladybird_beetle_Harmonia_conformis_Grampians141202-6881.jpg|Adult, Grampians National Park, VIC, Dec 2014 >/2015/02/26/beetle_ladybird_Harmonia_conformis _m_f_Boronia150226-6523.jpg|Boronia, VIC, Feb 2015 >/2014/11/30/ladybird_beetle_larva_Harmonia_conformis_Piccaninnie141130-6339.jpg|Larva, Piccaninnie Ponds, SA, Nov 2014 >/2015/04/12/ladybird_cocoon_Harmonia_conformis_Boronia150412-9490.jpg|Cocoon, Boronia VIC, Apr 2015 >/2015/04/12/ladybird_eggs_Harmonia_conformis_Boronia150412-9511.jpg|Eggs, Boronia VIC, Apr 2015
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Common Name=Common Spotted Ladybird Family=Coccinellidae Genus/Species=Harmonia conformis (Boisduval, 1835) Abundance &
Distribution=Found throughout much of Australia, particularly south from Brisbane, including Tasmania. Description=These beetles are amongst the larger (at 6–7mm long) and more easily recognizable ladybirds species with their bright orange color and fairly symetrical, large black dots. Like most ladybirds they feed on other insects both as larvae and as adults. Links=Brisbane Insects