Jersey Ladybird Calvia decemguttata
Two old records, probably relating to migrants, Killarney, Ireland, 1927 and England in the 19th century.
Recently discovered to be a breeding species on Jersey, Channel Islands.
Identification Length 5.0-6.5mm
Similar to Orange Ladybird, with fewer and larger spots. The four central spots form a rectangle.
Pronotum pattern similar to the closely related Cream-spot Ladybird, with white fish-hook pattern on each side.
A photograph of this species occurs on the German website
Occurs in deciduous trees and feeds on aphids.
Could occur on the mainland, as a migrant, or may establish a population. Another reason to check all Orange Ladybirds carefully.