It’s great time when dog-rose flowers. You can find not only flowers but something special for macro shooting. This time it was larvae of ladybirds. They are unwonted guests in our city because many people often confuse them with larvae of Colorado beetle and… kill future ladybirds. I hope one day these people’ll learn to distinguish two different forms of insects and larvae of ladybirds will be saved because they are so useful! Larvae of ladybirds use plant-louse for food!
I don’t know what kind of beetle it is. It looks like alder leaf-eating (Agelastica alni) but I’m not sure about it.
This beetle was waiting patiently until I shot but after 5 minutes it spread its wings and flew off…