|Monks Eleigh Garden, Suffolk, England
July The 22-Spot Ladybird is tiny at about 3mm in length. It is common in the British Isles except for Scotland.
It is found in grassland and gardens where it feeds on mildew on plants such as nettles and grasses.
See the Wildlife Trust page on this species.
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