Undulate Sigil Lady Beetle by Zygy (iNaturalist)

Hyperaspis undulata © Tom Murray

Hyperaspis undulata © Tom Murray

The Undulate Sigil Lady Beetle is native to North America. It is most active from April to July. This species’ wing covers are usually black with yellowish-white markings.



Ranked as Apparently Secure in Alberta. The Undulate Sigil Lady Beetle has not been ranked in the United States.

Last Seen


Fun Fact

The Undulate Sigil Lady Beetle’s species name (undulata) means “waved” and refers to the wavy markings along the edges of its wing covers.

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Vermont Distribution

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