Twenty-spotted Lady Beetle © Jason Michael Crockwell

The Twenty-spotted Lady Beetle is native to North America. This species feeds primarily on fungus, especially mildews. It’s usually found at the base of Skunk Cabbage plants in the early spring, moving to any plant with powdery mildew on it in the summer and early fall. Its spot pattern varies, however its overall color is usually pale with dark or multi-colored spots.



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Fun Fact

Another common name for the Twenty-spotted Lady Beetle is the “Wee-tiny Ladybug”.

More Information

You can find more information about Twenty-spotted Lady Beetles on their iNaturalist Species Account or on their Bug Guide Info page.

Vermont Distribution

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