Stock Photo - Mating Harlequin Ladybird, Harmonia Axyridis var succinea on flowering tree Ailanthus Altissima Tree was covered with aphids and edibles Male HA is black

Stock Photo: Mating Harlequin Ladybird, Harmonia Axyridis var  succinea on flowering tree  Ailanthus Altissima  Tree was covered with aphids and edibles  Male HA is black.

Stock Photo - Mating Harlequin Ladybird, Harmonia Axyridis var succinea on flowering tree Ailanthus Altissima Tree was covered with aphids and edibles Male HA is black ...  with distinct red spots that imitates the melanic adalia bipunctata or 2-spot Female here is typical red wih the black fourteen spots On edge of leaf Legs are red Harmonia Axyridis, an Asian native, is an international invasive pest for agriculture and predator of native ladybird species Otiginally used in US for bio control of aphids, but spread rapidly Used for cotton and soybean crops, but detrimental to wine and fruit crops, particularly grapes

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