Eleven-spotted Ladybird

Coccinella undecimpunctata Linnaeus, 1758

Orange, elongate ladybird, wing-cases bearing eleven black spots; head and pronotum black with two pale patches each; antennae and legs dark. This species has been introduced from Europe some time ago to control aphids.

How to identify Coccinella undecimpunctata?

What habitats does Coccinella undecimpunctata live in?

Lives mostly in parks and gardens; also wetlands, dunes, woodlands and forest

What is the distribution of Coccinella undecimpunctata?

South-eastern and south-western Australia including Tasmania

How big does Coccinella undecimpunctata grow?

Can grow to around 5mm

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