Epilachna varivestis (Mulsant, 1850)
Adult Mexican bean beetles are bronze with 16 black spots on their wing covers, and are ¼ inch (6mm) or slightly larger. They lay bright yellow eggs in masses of 40-60 eggs, which hatch to produce fuzzy, bright yellow larvae that feed on the underside of leaves.
Plant near locations heavily infested in previous year
F.B. Peairs, Colorado State University