Pink Ladybird Oenopia conglobata
The first British record was one at Flambough Head, Yorkshire in 2014. This is a well known bird migration hotspot, so this could have been a genuine migrant.
Identification Length 3.5-5.0mm
Pink wingcases with thick irregular black markings, including a dark central line.
The pink colour can be deep and intense or often paler. The head and pronotum can be paler than the wingcases, sometimes almost white but can also be the same colour.
A photograph of this species can be found on the German website
Occurs in deciduous trees.
Pink Ladybird is similar to the closely related Doublier's Ladybird Oenopea doublieri, which also occurs on the continent and could occur as a future migrant or introduction.
Doublier's shares the pink colour of Pink Ladybird but has thinner black markings that resemble an emoji with a twirled moustache.