The twenty six-spot (Epilachna vigintisexpunctata) and twenty eight-spot (Epilachna vigintioctopunctata) lady beetle are two separate species, but are essentially the same in appearance and damage they do to crops.
They are a brownish-orange colour with black dots, which you have to count if you want to distinguish them although the 26 spot has a slightly shiny bronze appearance. .
The larvae are yellow with spine-like filaments radiating out from their bodies.
The yellow eggs could be confused with the beneficial lady beetle, but the larvae are distinctly different.
Adult size: 7-8mm