|10-spot Ladybird Adalia 10-punctata|
|Monks Eleigh Garden, Suffolk,
The 10-spot Ladybird is common in the British Isles and is found in hedges and deciduous trees. This individual was found on a young oak tree. British distribution tends to be in the lowlands following the distribution of deciduous trees.
|It is highly variable in
colour and markings and is probably best identified by its pale
legs. It feeds on aphids.
For more information see the UK Ladybird survey.
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