The Undoubtable Lady Beetle is native to North America. Its wing covers are black with three pale spots on each. Male and female markings differ from each other.

Status

Native

The Undoubtable Lady Beetle has not been ranked in the United States or Canada.

Last Seen

2014

Fun Fact

The Undoubtable Lady Beetle might get its name from physical characteristics that make it distinct and easy to identify compared to other species.

Identification

The Undoubtable Lady Beetle is 2.5 to 3.2 mm in length, with a body that is oval in overall shape.

Habitat

Likely forests.

General Range

Found in the midwestern to eastern United States. North to New Hampshire and Minnesota, south to North Carolina and Tennessee.

Food

Likely aphids.

Life Cycle

Unknown. Little research has been done on this species.

More Information

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Vermont Distribution

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