Harmonia quadripunctata (predator)

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Harmonia quadripunctata (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Olaf Leillinger
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Harmonia quadripunctata (predator) (Pontoppidan 1763) - (cream-streaked ladybird)

This lady beetle is mainly found in temperate regions of Europe, Asia and North America, living in agricultural environments as well as forests. It has been replaced by the invasive Harmonia axyridis in some areas.

For details see the respective page in Wikipedia.

Publications covering Harmonia quadripunctata (predator)

European Journal of Entomology (2017) 114, 66-76
Séverin Hatt, Roel Uyttenbroeck, Thomas Lopes, Pierre Mouchon, Julian Chen, Julien Piqueray, Arnaud Monty and Frédéric Francis (2017)
Do flower mixtures with high functional diversity enhance aphid predators in wildflower strips?

Entomological Review (2016) 96, 1-11
N.A. Belyakova, I.M. Pazyuk, A.N. Ovchinnikov and S.Ya. Reznik (2016)
The influence of temperature, photoperiod, and diet on development and reproduction in the four-spot lady beetle Harmonia quadripunctata (Pontoppidan) (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)

Turkish Journal of Zoology (2005) 29, 1-8
M. Murat Aslan and Nedim Uygun (2005)
The aphidophagus coccinellid (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) species in Kahramanmaras, Turkey