no they do not eat flies they eat aphids
Ladybirds eat striped bugs and white flys
ladybirds eat using their MOUTH!
no, sparrows don't eat ladybirds
No. Ladybirds mostly eat aphids.
Ladybirds do not eat leaves. They eat the aphids which eat the leaves.
Ladybirds do not eat dandelions, they do not eat flowers. Ladybirds eat a teeny weeny bug called aphids that lives on the flowers. This bug is very bad for our garden, so that's why we have Ladybirds to eat them up.
sometimes frog do eat ladybirds and beetles
Ladybirds (ladybugs) are carnivorous and eat other insects, but do not eat plants.
Domestic Ladybirds eat grass, leaves, weeds and flowers.
Ladybirds eat leafs because there is very good nutrients in them for there everyday life
ofourse not can you imagne that they eat plants and plant killing bugs
Ladybirds are carnivores - they eat insects such as aphids.
ladybirds DO eat other insects as do their larvae as they are carnivorous (meat eaters) they eat mainly greenflies
Ladybirds eat the tiny pests found on plants such as rosebushes and spiny or stickt plants.
Ladybirds eat mainly sap-sucking aphids (black or green flies) - they are not herbivores.