The Variable Ladybird is a small beetle with four spots on each wing. They are orange or orange-yellow. Usually the spots are quite large blotches, but sometimes the spots are quite small. They are active during the day and adults and larvae can be found living on the same food plants.
plants that attract aphids
Variable Ladybirds lay eggs on food plants. The eggs hatch into carnivorous larvae, then pupate into oval pupae before hatching out as adults.
Species: inaequalis 1