This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:
On Jul 24, 2006, melody from Benton, KY (Zone 7a) wrote:
This is one of the Good Guys. The adult beetle can eat many aphids in it's life span...and it's larvae are equally as voracious.
The Convergent Ladybug can be identified by the 6 spots on either side and the white striped face.
Larvae are velvety black with red spots.
In Key West, this vine does very well most of the year ... read more
I found my first "hammer head" worm, Bipalium kewense, ... read more
I had quite a few over the summer then they went away ... read more
Sambucus nigra is the common elderberry. It is native ... read more
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