22-spot Ladybird

22-spot Ladybird

Brightest of the yellow ladybirds, the 22-spot Ladybird is a small ladybird with typically 22 black spots. It favours grassland habitats….

Orange Ladybird

Orange Ladybird

The Orange Ladybird is a bright orange ladybird with 16 cream-white spots. It can be found in woodland, hedgerows, parks and gardens….

7-spot Ladybird

7-spot Ladybird

The 7-spot Ladybird is the ‘classic’ ladybird with a red body and seven black spots. This species can be found in almost any habitat….

Pine Ladybird

Pine Ladybird

The Pine Ladybird is black with four red spots, two of which are comma-shaped. Widespread in the UK, but with very few records in the North East….

2-spot Ladybird

2-spot Ladybird

The 2-spot Ladybird is typically red with two black spots. This species can be found in a wide range of habitats….

Harlequin Ladybird

Harlequin Ladybird

The Harlequin Ladybird is a large and domed ladybird with very variable patterns. First recorded in the UK in 2003, this species has rapidly spread across England and Wales….

10-spot Ladybird

10-spot Ladybird

The 10-spot Ladybird is the most variable ladybird in Britain. This ladybird is usually found on deciduous trees and hedgerows in woodland and urban areas….

14-spot Ladybird

14-spot Ladybird

The 14-spot Ladybird is a yellow ladybird with distinctive rectangular black spots that are commonly fused together. This species is found in many habitats including grassland, mature woodland and agricultural land….

Cream-spot Ladybird

Cream-spot Ladybird

A deciduous tree specialist, the Cream-spot Ladybird can be found in woodland, along hedgerows and on shrubs. It is a distinctive ladybird with a maroon-brown body and 14 cream-white spots….