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Chilocorus stigma (Say, 1835:202)
TWICE-STABBED LADY BEETLE
Twice-stabbed ladybug

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Chilocorus stigma, Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle
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Chilocorus stigma, Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle

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Chilocorus stigma
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Chilocorus stigma
Chilocorus stigma
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Chilocorus stigma
Overview
"The Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle, C. stigma, is so aptly named one can almost see the blood dripping from the bright red marking on each of the contrasting black elytra. Twice Stabbed Lady Beetles are common on tree trunks and branches, where they feed on scale insects and other soft, slow-moving prey. This is not only Ontario's only Chilocoris, it is our only member of the subfamily Chilocorinae. Twice-stabbed Lady Beetles are similar in size (4-5mm) to the familiar red and black lady beetles in the subfamily Coccinellinae."

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  • Steve Marshall, Environmental Biology, University of Guelph, Ontario

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Camaenidae  Satsuma ( @ I_LB (1)
_  Canada thistle @ I_LB (1)

Chokeberry @ I_LB (1)

Found it @ I_LB (1)

Hyperaspia conviva @ I_LB (1)

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Maple tree @ I_LB (2)

Maritime @ I_LB (2)

None--crawling on @ I_LB (1)

Nothern @ I_LB (1)

Pin @ I_LB (1)

Pine tree @ I_LB (1)

Speckled @ I_LB (1)

Sunflower @ I_LB (1)

Sweet @ I_LB (1)

Tembling @ I_LB (1)

Tiger lily @ I_LB (1)

Tomato @ I_LB (1)

Trembing @ I_LB (1)

Willow @ I_LB (1)

apple tree @ I_LB (2)

bare tree @ I_LB (1)

beech tree @ I_LB (1)

chamisa @ I_LB (1)

found on @ I_LB (2)

grapevine on @ I_LB (2)

hamelia @ I_LB (1)

hibiscus plant @ I_LB (1)

kumquat @ I_LB (1)

lantana @ I_LB (1)

milkweed @ I_LB (1)

near pink @ I_LB (1)

none - @ I_LB (1)

none @ I_LB (1)

peach tree @ I_LB (1)

rose @ I_LB (1)

silver maple @ I_LB (1)

the hammock @ I_LB (1)

trembling aspen @ I_LB (1)

was on @ I_LB (1)

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Twice Stabbed Lady Beetle
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