The Hieroglyphic Lady Beetle is native to North America, as well as Europe and Asia. It feeds on aphids and overwinter in coarse, woody debris. It is usually red with large black spots outlined by yellow bands.
Listed as Imperiled in Nova Scotia; Vulnerable in New Brunswick; and Apparently Secure in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. The Hieroglyphic Lady Beetle has not been ranked in the United States.
Hieroglyphic Lady Beetles can be found north beyond the Polar Circle.
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Visit the iNaturalist Observation Map and Occurrence Records to find out where Hieroglyphic Lady Beetles have been seen in Vermont.