Lady beetles (Coccinellidae) were collected and observed at 13 sites on Lanzarote, Canary Islands during 6–13 February 2018. Altogether, 887 individuals belonging to 20 species were recorded. Eleven of the recorded species are new to Lanzarote, and two of them, Olla v-nigrum (Mulsant, 1866) and Pharoscymnus flexibilis (Mulsant, 1853), probably arrived on the island recently. Taking literature data and results of this study into account, 23 species of Coccinellidae have so far been documented to occur on Lanzarote.
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