Marsh Lady Beetle © Nathaniel Sharp

The Marsh Lady Beetle, also known as the Swamp Lady Beetle, is native to the United States and Canada. It’s found primarily in damp areas with low-growing vegetation. Its wing covers are primarily cream colored with black spots.

Status

Native

Last Seen

2019

Fun Fact

The Marsh Lady Beetle’s Latin name (Anisosticta bitriangularis) means “two triangles” (“bis” – twice; “trangularis” – of or belonging to a triangle). This refers to the two areas on this species’ pronotum where three spots are clustered in a triangular shape.

More Information

You can find more information about Marsh Lady Beetles on their iNaturalist Species Account and Bug Guide info page.

Vermont Distribution

Visit the iNaturalist Observation Map to find out where Marsh Lady Beetles have been seen in Vermont.