Found one of those ladybug larvae with wax on them, I think they're a Scymnus sp. of some sort.
It's about 5mm and has white waxy tendrils that stick out of it. the head is not covered by the wax and has an orange colour.
Not the best images sorry.
Whenever I see it hunt aphids, it grabs an appendage usually a limb of the aphid and procedes to hold onto it, the green aphid slowly shifts into a brownish colour. Just asking why does it do that? Is it being sucked dry? The exoskeletons of the aphids are left to sit there so I'm assuming that's what they do. I like to call these things "waxy alligators".
This thing is quite interesting, it's very quick and responsive. It also appears to be mimicking the aphids, or just so happens to look like one. I'm assuming it's also a sapsucker.
Last but not least these parasitic wasps. I'm pretty sure they're part of the genus Aphidius but I don't know the exact species.
Edited by LC3, May 13 2016 - 10:54 PM.