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Old Saturday 6th August 2011, 10:09   #376
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Thankyou aeshna.

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I was in Estonia last week, this was the only ladybird I found and I can't place it - any thoughts?
I think it's Hippodamia notata - those bold spots are rather characteristic. This species is rather common around here.
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Yes, that looks good - thanks very much!

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