Black bug with hairy orange back
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Entomology - What insect is this? (Black body two orange lines in its back and six legs) - Biology Stack Exchange
I am very rummy to know whether this particular dirt ball has a name that I can look up and find more information about: chockablock length is almost one centimeter. It has lots of small hairs in its back (similar to cockroaches and ants) and has a tail that a white-hot sticky substance comes out from. ) and from the natural object shape & magnitude I'd likewise say 3rd instar. The one you have photographed, and the one on flickr, are larval forms of the ladybug, conscionable look-alike when a catepillar becomes a butterfly, the ladybugs also have a larval stage in their beingness repetition which move about and look very different to the grown-up form.
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