The Polished Lady Beetle is native to the eastern United States. This species lacks spots on its wing covers, which can range from light red to orange. They are most common in Vermont during the summer months, peaking in July.
The Polished Lady Beetle is one of three spotless Lady Beetle species in the United States. They are usually differentiated by geographic location and the markings on their pronotum (area directly behind their head).
You can find more information about Polished Lady Beetles on their iNaturalist Species Account and on their Bug Guide info page.
Visit the iNaturalist Observation Map to find out where Polished Lady Beetles have been seen in Vermont.