How can you differentiate ladybird and ladybug?
There is no difference between ladybird and ladybug except the area that you live! In the English language it is called a ladybird, in the American language it is called the ladybird.
The two spotted ladybird beetle [Adalia bipunctata] is an example of a ladybug. It's the national insect of Latvia. It's second to the seven spotted ladybug [Coccinella septempunctata] in terms of Europe's most common ladybird beetles. Its upper body tends to show two black spots against a red background. But the reverse also may be found.
you can call it whatever it's mostly named ladybird but now people call it ladybug because it is a bug and also ladybird because it can fly and has wings so people have different meanings and names for it so really just call it what makes you like it, it is also known as a lady beetle. It depends where you're from. In general, Americans refer to it as "ladybug" and British as "ladybird." I…