Chilocorus renipustulatus | Kidney-spot Ladybird
First reported in the wild
This species was first recorded in the outskirts of Cork city on 19th September, 2012.
Adult: 4mm to 5mm in length. The elytra is shiny black with two large red spots. It is flattened at the edge to form a distinct rim. The pronotum, head and legs are black.
Feeds on aphids
It is known only from a handful of site around Cork city
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2020
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How can you help
Please submit any sightings of this species to Ladybird Survey