Streaked Lady Beetle © rjmace (iNaturalist)

The Streaked Lady Beetle is native to North America. Its wing covers are reddish brown with black streaked markings. It is mostly active from May to August. This species is fairly uncommon.



The Streaked Lady Beetle has not received a ranked status in the United States. It is listed as Vulnerable in Alberta, Manitoba, Labrador, and Nova Scotia; and listed as Apparently Secure in Saskatchewan and Ontario.

Last Seen


Fun Fact

In Arkansas, this species is often found on Catalpa nectaries and persimmon flowers.

More Information

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Vermont Distribution

Visit the iNaturalist Observation Map and Occurrence Records to find out where Streaked Lady Beetles have been seen in Vermont.