Above is the Cream spot ladybird. The adult body length is 4 - 5 mm, and as the name suggests it has 14 cream coloured spots on red. As with most other ladybirds it eats aphids and similar insects both as an adult and larva. It will also eat honeydew.
It is found in Europe, Siberia and North America. Adults are seen in spring, and in the U. K. it is found mainly on deciduous trees and in hedgerows. This one was on birch in April. It is widespread in the U. K. and has been increasing since 1990.