Our squash lady beetle larva from a few posts ago (the one that looked like a peach slice with thorns stuck in it) has completed its life cycle by becoming an adult squash lady beetle. It is one of two "species of lady beetles in Kentucky that feed on plants rather than insects." The other being the Mexican bean beetle. You can distinguish between them by counting the spots on each wing cover. The Mexican bean beetle has eight spots, while the squash lady beetle has only seven spots. P.S. Kudos to "The Richard" for noticing the change.