Known for their voracious appetite of aphids, ladybird adults are often seen, but their larvae less so. Their larvae are a far cry from the adult form, though their shape is characteristic. These larvae have just hatched from the eggs, gathering one final time before they disperse.
Bensville, New South Wales
Canon EOS 5D Mk II, Canon MPE 65mm 1–5x, 1/100, f/14, ISO 2000