Convergent Lady Beetle © Jason Michael Crockwell

The Convergent Lady Beetle is native to North America. It feeds on aphids and other agricultural pests, making it common in agro-ecosystems. Although they can eat nectar and parts of plants, they will not reproduce unless there are aphids to feed on. Its number of spots can vary, however the maximum number is 13.

Status

Native

Last Seen

1978

Fun Fact

Convergent Lady Beetles will congregate along lake shores, especially in the spring and fall.

More Information

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

Vermont Distribution

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