Tasmanian Ladybird

Cleobora mellyi ladybirds

Bright or orange-yellow, rounded ladybird (beetle) with bold, wavy-black markings on upper surface of thorax (pronotum) and on wing-cases (elytra). On elytra, intensity of orange colouring increases with distance from black markings. Antennae and legs also yellow and black

How to identify Cleobora mellyi?

What habitats does Cleobora mellyi live in?

Eucalypt forest and woodland; also parks and gardens

What is the distribution of Cleobora mellyi?

Southern Australia

How big does Cleobora mellyi grow?

body-length to 0.7cm

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