This one is a photo of the Asian lady beetle (Harmonia axyridis). It was perching happily making rounds from one leaf to another when I saw her. I snapped nearly hundred shots! Got more than 20 good ones and the above shot is my favourite.
The Asian lady beetle is also known as the Multicolored Asian lady beetle or Harlequin lady beetle (because their tendency to vary in color from orange to yellow to even black). They are very beneficial, being natural enemies of many insects, especially aphids and other critters that damage plants by feeding on their sap. A single ladybug can consume vast quantities of aphids in its lifetime, perhaps as many as 5,000 or more.
This one has no spot. This is the only good shot out of 25.