Red, black, yellow and orange
a ladybird is normally red but some are yellow or black but those colours are more unlikely anyway the red ones have black spots on them!
their colour....nothing else Different species of ladybird have different colors, including scarlet, orange, yellow, even blue or green. (See related link, below, for images.)
well yellow ladybirds are not poisonous but black ones are poisonous. do you people get it yellow ladybirds are not poisonous i hoped you liked my message.
by the colour of there neck yellow girl boy red
Ladybird Ladybird was created in 1744.
As a defence mechanism many ladybird species exude a yellow fluid (called reflex blood) which has an unpleasant acrid smell, and which can stain soft furnishings
They are red with black spots on their wings.ladybirds are usually red but can be orange or yellow as well.
no but if their poop gets into your skin you are but the poop would have to be there for a while to get into your skin
It could be a domino beetle if the yellow is pale and sort of white. Or a Harlequin ladybird
Yes, a ladybird or ladybug does change color as it gets older. This beetle can change from brown to yellow to orange or red during its lifetime.