Does a lady bug have a classification?
They are very camouflage bugs that have enemies! So they have a classification!
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 originated 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…
Yes, a lightning bug, or as we call it in Tennessee, a fire fly, is a beetle, like a lady bug, which is also a beetle. They are in different families, but in the same order (beetles, Coleoptera). Lady beetles (or lady bugs, if you wish) are in the Coccinellidae family and lightning bugs are in the Lampyridae family.