Category Archives: Coccinellinae

Subfamily Coccinellinae

Twice-stabbed Lady Beetles…and not so twice-stabbed

A leading candidate for the Best Lady Beetle Name award is the Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle (Chilocorus stigma), a dramatic-looking black species with two red spots. The pattern is not unique, though, and many other black-with-two-red-spots are often misidentified and called … Continue reading

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All over but the scymnines…

Three more subfamilies have all the info pages complete:¬†colorful Coccidulinae; popular Coccinellinae; and plant-eating Epilachninae. That just¬† leaves Scymninae, the largest subfamily, and I’ve even finished all but one genus of that one. Subfamily Coccidulinae is represented in eastern North … Continue reading

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