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|It is characteristic of the ladybird to have symmetrical spots on the wing covers. The color of these spots can be black, bright red, or brown. The number of spots varies. There are species with 2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22 and 24 spots. Furthermore the number of spots within a species can also vary.|
The body length of the Asian ladybird is from 6 to 8 mm, and its body width is from 5 to 7 mm. The color of the beetles is from a wide spectrum. The wing covers are light yellow to dark red in color . An Asian ladybird usually has 19 spots , although the spots may be so large that the basic color of the wing cover appears to be black, and the red color appears to be the spots. Likewise, the spots can be missing or very faint. The yellowish neck shield bears a drawing in the form of a black "W" or "M".|
|... leafhoppers reach body lengths of 2 - 3. 5 mm. Their bodies taper at the front and are club shaped at the rear. The base colour of the body is whitish-green to yellowish-green. On the upper part of the face and forehead there are four to five black spots. The pronotum has two black spots in the middle and three on the sides. The front wings have a pattern made up of dark brown spots and dark edges. The wing veins are distinctly yellow. The legs are whitish-green. The bodies of the immature nymphs are cream coloured. |
|The hind wings of the painted lady also have a yellowish-brown base. Their colouration is similar to that of the forewing. However the spots on the outer edge are black in colour. The remaining spots are much fainter. The underside of the hind wings has a white base colour and is mottled with various shades of brown. On the outer edge, there are 5 eye-spots of differing sizes. A special characteristic of the painted lady is its screw-shaped flight pattern.|
|Adult Myathropa florea reach body lengths of 10 - 14 mm. Their antennae are black, their eyes are hairy, and their faces have black vertical stripes. The abdomen is black with large yellow spots on the sides. The legs have yellowish and black markings and the wings are brownish in colour. The females have a black forehead and yellow spots on their cheeks. Another characteristic of this fly, is its seemingly chaotic flight behaviour, throughout which it buzzes loudly. |
|...menitis camilla), also known as the Eurasian white admiral, is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is common in Europe and Asia. Adult white admirals reach wingspans of 45 - 52 mm. The upper surface of their wings is black and brown with white spots, while the underside is more colourful. The hind wings have a double row of dark spots. |
|...noidea and to the family Acroceridae. It belongs to the genus Cyrtus.
The Taurus fly can be found throughout southern Europe, but is rare. It is medium-sized, compact and almost spherical in shape. It is mostly yellow in colour and has black spots and ligatures. It is covered in fine hairs.
The head is spherical and black and the antennae are very small and thin. The third segment of the antenna is very short and with apically thin hair. The proboscis is strikingly large, yellow in colo...|
... a big, black shiny patch on the upper side. This patch is joined to broad longitudinal stripe which extends to the head. At the thorax’s sides there are large scales under which the halteres are covered. The abdomen is yellow and with black spots on the top as also with three black bandages , which to the rear end are wedge-shaped and extended. The legs are long , thin and from reddish-yellow to yellow in colour.
The Taurus fly feeds on the nectar of the various plant species whose blosso...
|... underside of their body is covered in gray hairs. They have black heads and black antennae Their eyes have a clearly visible edge on the inside. The antennae are situated near the eyes. The thorax is almost spherical and has a rough scattering of spots. An important feature is the Scutellum which backwards is shaped like a double peak. The wing covers of younger insects are lighter in colour (brownish-yellow), and darken over the course of time (reddish brown). They have a scattering of spots similar to that of the thorax.|
|Adult Vanessa cardui reach wing spans of 45-60 mm. Their forewings have black tips with white spots which bear a certain resemblance to the wing tips of the red admiral (Vanessa atalanta). The base of the forewings is yellowish brown. The inner area of the wing is orange with black patches. The pattern on the forewings’ underside is a distinc...|
... brown. The inner area of the wing is orange with black patches. The pattern on the forewings’ underside is a distinctly paler version of that on the upper surface. On the upper edge (of the forewings’ upper surface) there are 2 large bright spots. The black area on the wing tips can be interspersed or mottled with brown or shades from orange to red.
|... but is brighter at the end. The end is split in two. The abdomen is oval, has markings in black and ochre and is partially covered by the wings. The penultimate (6th) segment of the abdomen has a black upper surface with five, bright irregular spots. The edges of the abdomen have a yellowish-brown and black pattern. The wingspan is about 14 mm. The front section of the wing is leathery and has a fine, dense stippling, while the rear section has a glass-like shine with numerous veins. The ...|
...black pattern. The wingspan is about 14 mm. The front section of the wing is leathery and has a fine, dense stippling, while the rear section has a glass-like shine with numerous veins. The legs are brown to yellowish-brown in colour with brown spots.
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