Coccinellidae is a widespread family of small beetles, commonly known as ladybirds in the English-speaking world. More than 6,000 species have been described globally and are found in a variety of habitats. Ladybirds are oval beetles with a domed back and flat underside, are sexually dimorphic with larger adult females. Many species have conspicuous warning colours and patterns, such as red with black spots, that warn potential predators that they are distasteful. Most ladybirds are carnivorous predators, preying on insects such as aphids and scale insects and as such have been used as a biocontrol for such pests. They are also known to consume non-animal matter, including plants and fungi.

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Subfamily Chilocorinae

Tribe Chilocorini

Chilocorus circumdatus

Subfamily Coccinellinae

Ballida brahamae

Tribe Coccinellini

Harmonia sedecimnotata
(Sabah, Malaysia)
Illeis koebelei
Micraspis discolor
Coccinellini 086A0666
Coccinellini (Larvae)
(Singapore) 0K0A1592

Subfamily Epilachninae

Tribe Epilachnini

Epilanchna sp. 086A0593
Henosepilachna vigintioctopunctata 086A8051
Epilanchnini 0F1A2163
(Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand)
Epilanchnini 086A1557

Subfamily Monocoryninae

Monocoryna magnopunctata
(Sabah, Malaysia)

Subfamily Ortaliinae

Tribe Noviini

Novius sp. 086A8114

Subfamily Scymninae

Scymninae 0F1A2691
(Milpe, Ecuador)

Tribe Scymnini

Scymnus sp. 086A9070

Subfamily Sticholotidinae

Sticholotidinae 0F1A2820