This ladybird was blending quite well on the yellow flower when I spotted it. I thought it was just a standard ladybird with a black body and yellow spots. When trying to find out its name I hit a brick wall, all those that I saw were yellow bodied with black spots. After quite a bit of searching I think I found its name “Brachiacantha decempustulata”; although 10 spots are most common, 14 spot variants are known. I could still be wrong and this is actually a different Ladybird.
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