The Variegated Lady Beetle is also known as the Adonis Ladybird. This species is native to Europe and is usually found in meadows or gardens. Its body is elongated and it can have anywhere from 0-13 black spots on its wing covers.
The first North American discovery of the Variegated Lady Beetle was in Quebec in 1987.
You can find more information about Variegated Lady Beetles on their iNaturalist Species Account and their Bug Guide info page.
Visit the iNaturalist Observation Map to find out where Variegated Lady Beetles have been seen in Vermont.