Coleomegilla maculata (predator)
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Coleomegilla maculata (predator) (De Geer) - (pink spotted lady beetle)
This species of ladybird beetles is common in North America, specially in corn fields. It is highly polyphagous, feeding on aphids, hemipteran bugs, leaf hoppers, caterpillars, beetle larvae, thrips, insect eggs, other soft-bodied insects, spider mites and pollen. It is commercially produced.
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