Guides to Lady Beetles (Coccinellidae) of the World

Lady Beetles, Ladybugs, or Ladybirds are a diverse and iconic group of beetles making up the family Coccinellidae. Over 6000 species are known globally and are renowned for their striking patterning and colouring. With so many unique forms, it is no surprise that these beetles have become the subject of much study throughout the generations, with research continuing to this day!

I became infatuated with these little critters over the summer and tried to find as much information as I could on them. During my research, something became incredibly clear, all these sites, PDFs, and research papers were all over the place! So, I decided to compile these resources into one easy-to-access location, this journal post. Consider this your one-stop-stop for everything lady beetle!

This will be an ongoing project and I hope to get community input and feedback on it. If you have an accessible resource you'd like to contribute, please leave a comment below or message me privately. I'll see if I can add it here.

And of course, a big thank you to @silversea_starsong for his feedback and expertise and to @borisb for additional suggestions! This post wouldn't have been possible without them!


What is a Lady Beetle?

While defining this family under a single umbrella is difficult, most species generally share a small set of features. One such example is their body structure, with convex elytra and flat underside, forming a dome. The pronotum covers a portion of the head and the antennae are short, usually no longer than the head is wide. They are also club-shaped.

There is overlap with other groups of beetles however, so the best way to understand what is and isn’t a lady beetle is to familiarise yourself with the different species.


Principles of Identification

Lady Beetle identification in the field often relies on a few simple principles.

A) Variability
Lady beetles each have a distinctive pattern, but the extent of such patterns can vary. These extents may be either, 'lighter', with smaller and sometimes missing spots or 'darker', with larger and sometimes merged spots. However, the overall pattern itself retains the same basic "blueprint" while genetic variation in pigmentation and other factors create natural variation.

Some species are more variable than others. Known variations are discussed in the guides.

Figure a) lighter and darker morphs of Harmonia axyridis.

B) Morphology
The hardened wing covers, the elytra, protect the flight wings and are strikingly coloured and patterned. Their markings are used to determine which species it is. Equally important but far less flashy are the pronotum and head. Together, the features of these three body regions guide identification, so be sure to get a good view of them.

In more specific cases, the underside and leg colouration, overall shape, and antennae may be required to accurately assess the species.

Figure b) parts of a lady beetle, Coccinella septempunctata.

C) Life Cycle
The life cycle of lady beetles can be divided into four stages; egg, larva, pupa, and finally adult. As with adults, the larval and pupal stage may be identified by their appearance, though information on characteristic features of these life stages remain unknown for many species.

After a lady beetle emerges from the pupa, it enters the teneral stage, a short period when its body is soft, lightly coloured, and mostly unpatterned. Any damage sustained to the beetle during these first few hours can result in permanent bruising and deformities. This is visible on the elytra as discolouration or scratches which can be mistaken for actual patterning. However, they are irregular and are not mirrored on each elytron (singular elytra).

Figure c) the life cycle of Cheilomenes sexmaculata.

D) Food and Host Plants
Most lady beetles are predatory and take advantage of local infestations of soft-bodied insects like aphids, scale insects, and mealybugs. These infestations are sporadic and concentrated on specific plants. As such, the relationship between plants and most lady beetles comes down to whether these soft-bodied prey items are present. In other words, lady beetles associate with their prey species rather than the plant itself. Some groups feed on mildew and fungi while others are herbivorous, feeding on specific host plants.

Eggs are laid on preferred host plants so knowing the relation between the lady beetle and plant species could strengthen larval and pupal identification.


Getting Started

If you're just beginning your Lady Beetle identification journey, there are many resources to help get you started. The Lost Ladybug project for instance, is an initiative to collect distribution data on lady beetles. It offers easy-to-understand information on identification, finding lady beetles, ecology, and more. I'd recommend taking a look at these articles:
How to Find, Collect, and Photograph Ladybugs
Ladybug Learning
Identification Tools

Also available is the Ladybug Identification Guide from Discover Life. Just fill in a few boxes about the appearance of the beetle and press one of the 'search' buttons on the right. A few suggested species will then appear on the left with more information. The more category boxes you fill in, the more precise the suggestions will be.

Consider joining the Ladybird Beetles of the World project here on iNaturalist. It's a great way to meet identifiers and share your observations.


A Word of Advice

Identification from external features is not always possible as some species can look the same. In these cases, the specimen is examined under a microscope and characteristics such as the male genitalia are used to determine the species. This is because the structure of the genitalia is unique to each species and does not vary within them.

This is the limitation of photo identification. When you encounter this situation on iNaturalist, use a more broad ID, like one to the genus, tribe, subfamily, etc.


References

Giorgi, A. and Vandenberg, N. (2009, 9 November). Coccinellidae. Lady beetles, Ladybird beetles, Ladybugs. The Tree of Life Web Project
http://tolweb.org/Coccinellidae/9170/2009.11.09

Bartlett, T. (2004, 16 February). Family Coccinellidae - Lady Beetles. BugGuide.
https://bugguide.net/node/view/179

All About Ladybugs. The Lost Ladybug Project.
http://www.lostladybug.org/files/9%20LLP%20All%20About%20LadybugsPDF.pdf

Schuh. M. (2022). Lady beetles. The University of Minnesota Extension.
https://extension.umn.edu/beneficial-insects/lady-beetles

Kawakami. Y. and Yamazaki. K. (2015, January) Increase in dark morphs and decrease in size during a range extension of Cheilomenes sexmaculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). European Journal of Entomology.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/276249939


General Guides

Notice: Resources are in English unless mentioned otherwise. Taxonomy (especially in older articles) may be outdated.

North America

BugGuide - Family Coccinellidae - Lady Beetles

  • Parameters: Species of America North of Mexico.
  • Information: Identification, range, habitat, lifestyle, remarks, and more. Uses photographs and illustrations.
  • Navigation: Scroll through different genera or use 'search'. Most information on a species page is found under 'info'.
  • Type: Website, actively worked on.
  • Notes: Includes forum discussions.

The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of America North of Mexico

  • Parameters: Species of America North of Mexico.
  • Information: Identification, range, discussion, and more. Uses illustrations exclusively.
  • Navigation: Table of contents or use 'search inside' to find scientific names.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1985, accessible as an ebook.
  • Notes: BugGuide includes much of the same information and is more accessible.

The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of Bermuda

  • Parameters: Species of Bermuda.
  • Information: Identification, range, discussion, and more. Uses illustrations exclusively.
  • Navigation: Table of contents or use 'search inside' to find scientific names.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1990, accessible as an ebook.

Coleoptera Coccinellidae - Gallery

  • Parameters: Select species of North America.
  • Information: Uses photographs, pinned specimens.
  • Navigation: Use 'view genera gallery' or 'view dorsal gallery'.
  • Type: Website.
  • Notes: Pinned specimens often appear darkened and discoloured. This occurs postmortem.

Lady Beetles of the Northwest Territories

  • Parameters: Species of the Northwest Territories.
  • Information: General information, identification, habitat, diet, and distribution. Uses photographs and illustrations.
  • Navigation: See index.
  • Type: Field guide, published 2018. In English and French.

Key to lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of Saskatchewan

  • Parameters: Species of Saskatchewan.
  • Information: General information, identification, habitat, diet, and distribution.
  • Navigation: See legend at the end.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2013.

La familia Coccinellidae (Coleoptera: Cucujoidea) y su potencial como agentes de control biológico de Melanaphis sacchari (Zehtner) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)

  • Parameters: Predators of Melanaphis sacchari
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and confusion species. Used photos.
  • Navigation: See table of contents.
  • Type Research paper, published 2020. In Spanish and English.

South America

Coccinellidea de Argentina

  • Parameters: Species of South America.
  • Information: Identification, range, notes, and more. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: Species split by country they occur and by subfamily. Press on flags to view different countries.
  • Type: Website, actively worked on; see 'news' section. In Spanish.

Coccinellaidea

  • Parameters: Species of Brazil.
  • Information: Labeled photos and general information on lady beetles.
  • Navigation: “Galeria” takes you to specimen photos.
  • Type: Website

Europe

Coccinellidae - Ladybirds - NatureSpot

  • Parameters: Species of Leicestershire and Rutland, UK.
  • Information: Identification, habitat, life history, and more. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: Pressing on a photo takes you to the species page.
  • Type: Website.

Variability of elytral color patterns in Coccinellidae - Kerbtier

  • Parameters: Species of Germany.
  • Information: Examples of variation in multiple species. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: Press on name or photo of species to be taken to its section of the gallery.
  • Type: Website.

The Ladybird Beetles (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae) of Moscow Province

  • Parameters: Species of Moscow Province.
  • Information: Biology and distribution. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2016.

Käfer Europas - Coccinellidae

  • Parameters: Species of Europe.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, and more. Uses photographs, figures, and/or illustrations.
  • Navigation: Species divided by subfamily. Species pages can be accessed by pressing on their name highlighted in blue. Pressing and holding on images magnifies them.
  • Type: Website, regularly updated. In German.

семейство Coccinellidae (Божьи коровки)

  • Parameters: Species of the Moscow Region.
  • Information: Photos and collection sites.
  • Navigation: Press on photos to see species pages.
  • Type: Website, updated since 2003. In Russian.

Insects Pictures

  • Parameters: Species of Czechia.
  • Information: Labeled photos.
  • Navigation: Press genus name to view species included.
  • Type: Website, actively updated.

Marihøner Coccinellidae

  • Parameters: Species of Norway.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, and confusion species. Uses photos.
  • Navigation: Select one of the five tribes and choose a species profile by pressing on it.
  • Type: Website. In Norwegian.

Asia

POORANI, J., 2023, An Illustrated Guide to Lady Beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the Indian Subcontinent. Part 1. Tribe Coccinellini

  • Parameters: Coccinellini of India.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, notes, and more. Uses photographs, and/or illustrations.
  • Navigation: See 'treatments', species sorted by genus.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2023.

POORANI, J., 2023, An illustrated guide to the lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the Indian Subcontinent. Part II. Tribe Chilocorini

  • Parameters: Chilocorini of India.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, notes, and more. Uses photographs, and/or illustrations.
  • Navigation: See 'treatments', species sorted by genus.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2023.

Poorani, J., 2023, A review of the tribe Noviini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the Indian subcontinent

  • Parameters: Noviini of India.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, notes, and more. Uses photographs, and/or illustrations.
  • Navigation: See 'treatments', species sorted by genus.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2023.

Poorani, J., 2022, A review of the tribe Hyperaspidini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) from the Indian region

  • Parameters: Hyperaspidini of India.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, habitat, notes, and more. Uses photographs, and/or illustrations.
  • Navigation: See 'treatments', species sorted by genus.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2022.

The Ladybird Beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of Arunachal Pradesh, East Himalaya, India with new combinations and new country records

  • Parameters: Species in East Himalaya, India.
  • Information: Distribution. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2020.
  • Notes: Includes species outside Coccinellidae too.

An annotated checklist of Coccinellidae with four new records from Pakistan (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species of Pakistan.
  • Information: Distribution, host plants. Uses photographs.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2018.

Review of the tribe Chilocorini Mulsant from Iran (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species of Iran
  • Information: Identification, distribution, prey, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Navigation: Press on highlighted figure number to view figures.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2017.

An annotated checklist of the Coccinellidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) of Yemen

  • Parameters: Species of Yemen.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2000.

大阪府のテントウムシの見分け方

  • Parameters: Species of Osaka.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, similar species, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Navigation: Press 'こちら' to view a list of species. Highlighted species have a profile.
  • Type: Website. In Japanese.

春夏秋冬の昆虫写真館

  • Parameters: Species of Japan.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, seasonal occurrence, and more. Uses photographs.
  • Type: Website, published 2005. In Chinese.

Common Lady Beetles of Bhutan

  • Parameters: Common species of Butan.
  • Information: Labeled photos.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Poster, published 2016.

Subfamilies Coccinellinae and Coccidullinae (Coccinellidae: Coleoptera) with New Records from AJK, Pakistan

  • Parameters: Species of Pakistan.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, host plant, and additional remarks.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2017.

Taiwan Insect - Coccinellidae

  • Parameters: Species of Taiwan.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and confusion species.
  • Navigation: At the top of the page, links for each subfamily are available. Press on them to continue onto the species in that grouping. Tap on a species photo to learn more.
  • Type: Website, last updated 2023. In Chinese.
  • Notes: Includes larval and pupal identification.

Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of Mongolia

  • Parameters: Species of Mongolia.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and habitat. Used illustrations exclusively.
  • Navigation: No navigation.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1984.

Africa

Documenting museum records of West African Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) in Benin and Senegal

  • Parameters: Species of west Africa.
  • Information: Species names, distribution, and more. No photos or illustrations included, functions more as a checklist.
  • Navigation: Pressing on species names may bring up other articles on that species.
  • Type: Research paper, published 2020.

Namibia Biodiversity Database - Family Coccinellidae in Namibia

  • Parameters: Species of Namibia.
  • Information: Checklist of species, includes distribution data. Uses photos.
  • Navigation: Click on a subfamily and continue until you arrive at a species profile.
  • Type: Website, published 2012.

Oceania

Ladybird Beetles of the AustraLo-pacific Region

  • Parameters: Species of the Pacific.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, remarks, and more. No illustrations or photographs in the preview.
  • Navigation: See 'contents' or type into the 'search' bar.
  • Type: Book, published 2020. Accessible through a preview.

Ladybirds of Australia

  • Parameters: Species of Australia.
  • Information: Many species profiles unfinished. In it's current state, acts best as a chestlist and an image gallery.
  • Navigation: See 'tribes & genera', 'species', and 'search'. 'Compare' allows you to compare photos of different species by selecting their name.
  • Type: Website, last updated 2007.

Review Of The Australian Epilachninae (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Epilachninae of Australia.
  • Information: Identification, variation, distribution, remarks, and more. Used illustrations.
  • Type: Research paper, published 1993.

Specific Guides

Included are guides on specific species or genera. As with the general guides, the taxonomies used may be outdated or different to what’s currently being used on iNaturalist.

Cheilomenes

Increase in dark morphs and decrease in size during a range extension of Cheilomenes sexmaculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species Cheilomenes sexmaculata.
  • Information: Relation between morph, size, and elevation.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2015.

Chilocorus

Chilocorus infernalis Mulsant

  • Parameters: Species Chilocorus infernalis.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and more.
  • Type: Website.

Coccinella

Coccinella algerica Kovář, 1977: A New Species to the Fauna of Mainland Europe, and a Key to the Coccinella Linnaeus, 1758 of Iberia, the Maghreb and the Canary Islands (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species Coccinella algerica.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, confusion species, and more. Uses photos.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1977.

Revision of the Palaearctic species of the Coccinella transversoguttata species group with notes on some other species of the genus (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species Group Coccinella transversoguttata.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, confusion species, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 2005.

O występowaniu Coccinella saucerotti lutshniki Dobrzh. w Polsce (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae

  • Parameters: Species Coccinella saucerotti lutshniki.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and confusion species. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1957. In Polish.

The Status of Coccinella septempunctata L. and its Varieties divaricata Oliv. and confusa Wied.

  • Parameters: Varieties Coccinella septempunctata divaricata and confusa.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and more. Used illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1962.

Cycloneda

The New World Genus Cycloneda Crotch (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae: Coccinellini): Historical Review, New Diagnosis, New Generic and Specific Synonyms, and an Improved Key to North American Species

  • Parameters: Select species of the genus Cycloneda.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, remarks, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: scientific paper, published 2002

Harmonia

Variability in color pattern of the eyltra in the succinea-group at two ladybird species - Harmonia axyridis Pall and Harmonia yedoensis Takizawa (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Species Harmonia axyridis and yedoensis.
  • Information: Identification and additional notes.
  • Type: Scientific presentation.

Henosepilachna

Poorani, J., Booth, R. G., Gracy, R. Gandhi, Anuradha, C., Thanigairaj, R. & Swathi, R. S., 2021, Immature stages, host plants and natural enemies of Henosepilachna implicata (Mulsant) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) with DNA sequence data and a new synonym and notes on some Indian species of Epilachnini

  • Parameters: Species Henosepilachna implicata, circularis, vigintioctopunctata, pusillanima and septima.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, host plants, and more. Uses photos.
  • Navigation: See ‘figures’ for photos.
  • Type: Scientific journal, last updated 2023.

Hippodamia

Review of the New World Species of Hipppdamia Dejean (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Genus Hipppdamia.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, additional notes, and more. Used illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1946.

Illeis

Philippine Species of Illeis Mulsant (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae: Coccinellinae: Psylloborini)

  • Parameters: Illeis koebelei koebelei, koebelei amamiana, and luzonica.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1998.

Mulsantina

Revision of the Genus Mulsantina Weise (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

  • Parameters: Genus Mulsantina.
  • Information: Identification, distribution, and more. Uses illustrations.
  • Type: Scientific journal, published 1985.
































Publicado el diciembre 4, 2023 02:22 MAÑANA por that_bug_guy that_bug_guy

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The one I use for quick check https://vk.com/doc507817_562904829?hash=bcQ3C3rs90vTWN9w2oZZvjkpcMTYUDO9Q6r1zyuQyGT&dl=wI7LdeFRCJBvSpGIjUtqMsD59eEX1OmB5HuUIjau1QH
Plus of course https://insectamo.ru/coleo/65-zhuki/coccinellidae/614-coccinellidae
Don't have in English, but for Russian Far East there's a fairly new (by local metrics) series of guides https://www.zin.ru/labs/insects/Hymenopt/projects/Key-FE/index.html You can download a djvu file here https://zoomet.ru/nacek.html?start=36
There's also a guide for European part of the USSR, but also in original language, ladybirds here (page 319/17): https://www.zin.ru/animalia/coleoptera/pdf/Part_vol2pp303-327.pdf

Publicado por marina_gorbunova hace 7 meses

Wow a very complete guide!

Publicado por othmanebe hace 7 meses

I would like to have added a short note how to know a Lady-like beetle is not a Lady Beetle (e.g. reference to general shortness of antennae in Coccinellidae).

Publicado por borisb hace 7 meses

Great, thank you very much!

Publicado por cpu hace 7 meses

Thanks for the Tag. Great compilation! I'm adding it to my bookmarks. It has some of my favorite resources and some new ones for me, as well. I also love this poster "Common Lady Beetles of Bhutan" https://www.researchgate.net/publication/338421877_Poster_Common_lady_beetles_of_Bhutan (Many are probably already included in the resources for India, but it's a neat visual

Publicado por ambytbfl hace 7 meses

Europe
In France there is an active group of ladybirds adicted people: ACOF (https://acof-coccinelles.jimdofree.com/). They are a very mixed and interresting group of researchers, representatives of museums, local state representants, privat activists,... They have a 2 year meeting each time on a different place somewhere in France. They try to invite always some high level ladybird specialists. They had in 2016 Eizaguirre (Spain), Canepari (Italia) and Gourreau (France). This year Nedved (Czech Republic) has attend the meeting. ACOF has a memberships publication.
There is also the publication "Harmonia - Coccinelles du Monde". https://harmoniacoccinellidae.jimdofree.com/ free to download.

In Germany you have a good website (Koleopterology.de) with a lot of good pictures about Coleoptera en Heteroptera. The section about the ladybirds is extended although with some mistakes (even in my own pictures - sorry for that)
Another one with a very good key for the species: https://coleonet.de/coleo/texte/coccinellidae.htm
In Tsjechia
http://www.hmyzfoto.cz/gcoc.html

And at the end,
To the South-American website from Argentina nearby al the countries have an website there. I think the original is the one from Chile (I think). http://www.coccinellidae.cl/paginasWebChile/Paginas/InicioChi.php. Press on the flag for the websites of the different countries.
some other links:

Brazil
http://www.coleoptera.ufpr.br/indexC.html A huge list with a lot of names but there is lacking quite a part.

Asia
https://m.blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=onegunah&logNo=110079396781&proxyReferer=https:%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
https://fushionotori.yukihotaru.com/roukanomushi/beetles/tentoumushi.html

good luck!

Publicado por johan_bogaert hace 7 meses

one little mistake: koleopterologie.de

Publicado por johan_bogaert hace 7 meses

Awesome, neat compilation of data!

Love this website that hosts some awesome photos of ladybeetles of Norway: https://www.artsdatabanken.no/Pages/306143/Marihoener

Publicado por josefloribundus hace 7 meses

Wow great job @that_bug_guy! I especially like the illustrations!

Publicado por libbycrew hace 7 meses

Thank you all for the suggestions and feedback! I really appreciate it! I'll get to work on updating the journal.

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 7 meses

Thanks for putting this up and compiling all the resources; they will be extremely useful while IDing the lady beetles.
Thanks again! :)

Publicado por samarth_jain hace 7 meses

Just fot this link from Francisco: https://riudg.udg.mx/bitstream/20.500.12104/84582/1/DCUCBA10038FT.pdf

Few images, but a list of species found in Mexico, more up ta date than the location info here on iNat,

Publicado por richyfourtytwo hace 6 meses

Update Log - January 6, 2024

Added 'What is a Lady Beetle?' and 'A Word of Advice' sections
Added 12 new guides
Fixed broken photo links

Thanks for all the input! So far so good!

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 6 meses

Update Log - January 15, 2024

Added 'Specific Guides' section.
Added 11 new guides

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses

Also, the gap is growing...

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses

Darn it! Why do the images keep breaking?

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses

Based on the error message, looks it could be a google-inflicted overzealous security measure. (Or google giving preference to their own image host).

Publicado por ambytbfl hace 5 meses

Well that stinks. Thanks for your input. I've posted about this problem on the forum. It's a problem on Google's end.
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/photos-in-my-journal-keep-breaking/48831

Are there any other image-hosting websites you'd recommend?

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses

Are there any other image-hosting websites you'd recommend?

My photos linked from imgur to iNaturalist have been showing perfectly for almost a decade already.

Publicado por beetledude hace 5 meses

@beetledude, sounds good! These images haven't lasted a few months!

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses

Sorry for the added work, @that_bug_guy ; you're doing a great service with this lady beetle hub.

Publicado por ambytbfl hace 5 meses

@ambytbfl, thanks! It's just a small setback, I'll fix it eventually.

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 5 meses
Publicado por richyfourtytwo hace 4 meses

Update Log - February 27, 2024

Image links finally fixed (hopefully for good). Thank you to those who helped with making that possible!
Added 3 general guides and 1 specific guide

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 4 meses

Update Log - June 9, 2024

Added 3 general guides

Publicado por that_bug_guy hace 14 días

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