Large spotted ladybird

Harmonia conformis (Boisduval, 1835)

Body dome-shaped, round, shiny and orange with black spots. These ladybirds eat aphids and scale insects, acting as biological control agents to remove unwanted insects that damage plants.

How to identify Harmonia conformis?

What habitats does Harmonia conformis live in?

On vegetation

What is the distribution of Harmonia conformis?

South-western and eastern mainland Australia and Tasmania

How big does Harmonia conformis grow?

Body up to 1 cm long

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