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a ladybug is an insect it is red with black spots it is a bug who helps the plants to grow by eating aphids
Eats Aphids. Aphids live on different flowering plants, like roses, and they kill the plants, so Lady bugs are doing the flowering plants a favor.
They eat aphids!
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Lady Bugs are bugs that usually are red and have black spots some lady buds are yellow with black spots and they usually are poisonous
Ladybugs do not get pregnant, they lay eggs. The eggs hatch in about 4 or 5 days into a larval state. About 10 to 15 days later, they go into the pupal stage, and then the…y grow to be adults.
this is what i know,maybe it would be helpful for me to say this,if you go on www.animalpoo.webs.com and click animal info you might find ladybug informaion,but this might be… correct it depends on light or dark the color is, light color means young dark color means old
The age of the lady bug you can tell by its spots. Fact: Ladybugs always have an even amount of spots!
I'm not sure I'm wondering the same thing. I just found a huge butterfly in my yard its wings are humongous and its body looks super fat like a Caterpillar ..... the butterfly… is the size of a small bird. i Think its a queen but i don't know what its called. its super fat i think its pregnant its siting on my lawn still alive but barley moving... struggling... i live in Ohio and there aren't really big huge spices of butterflies but i don't know where this came from it cant be from Ohio I'm so confused i even called the local green house no answer though.
Am having constant fever and stomachache but am not sure if am pregnant
A ladybug is NOT a true bug. Reason, all true bugs have its own scientific and simple name. The bugs that are not truebugs, are bugs that have the "bug" in the name. Non-…true bugs can have the "bug" separate from its first name. E.g.. lightning bug. Perhaps you were thinking of true flies versus the non-flies that consistently have "fly" attached to another part of their names.
In Europe, during the Middle Ages, insects were destroying the crops, so the Catholic farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help. Soon the Ladybugs came, ate the plant-destroy…ing pests and saved the crops! The farmers began calling the ladybugs "The Beetles of Our Lady", and they eventually became known as "Lady Beetles"! The red wings represented the Virgin's cloak and the black spots represented her joys and sorrows. They didn't differentiate between males and females.
because it looks like a lady when she is flustered It's original scientific name is Coccinellidae, derived from the Latin coccineus, which means scarlet. The name lady bug or…iginated in Great Britain as "lady bird", where it became known as "Our Lady's Bird". This was because Mary (Our Lady), the Queen, in early paintings had often been shown wearing a red cloak, and the spots on the common seven spot lady bug were supposed to be symbols of her seven joys and seven sorrows. In the US, the name was adapted to lady bug because, well, it's a bug, not a bird.
you know if the female is getting bigger