Is a ladybird a fly?


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2018-03-19 05:42:13
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A ladybird (Coccinellidae) is a flying beetle.


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A ladybird (Coccinellidae) is a flying beetle, and is not a fly.

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A ladybird in English is also known as a ladybug or ladybeetle, a small red spotted beetle best known from the child's rhyme "Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home." In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet it is used by the nurse as a term of endearment. It was used in a similar way in Jonson's Cynthia's Revels, written shortly after.

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refine your question do you mean is there a ladybird bug and a ladybird bettle

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