The head has eyes and antennae; behind the head you see the pronotum, or neck shield. Behind that are the elytra or shields. Under the shields you can just see the legs, they consist of parts called, from body to toes: coxa, trochanter, femur, tibia, tarsus.
If you turn a ladybird over you can see the three main body parts of all insects: head, thorax (with the legs and wings), abdomen.
this is stupid. none of them were good. and anyway, the skin of a ladybird is not red it's black the red part is its f*cking shell.
One of the names are Lady beetle and I cant remember that one. Umm I think it was Ladybird yeah Ladybird.
Ladybird Ladybird was created in 1744.
The names ladybird and ladybug are interchangeable, with North Americans generally using the term ladybugs while people in the UK call them ladybirds.
ladybird bettle,lady bettle,lady bug,bettle.
It depends on what kind of ladybug it is.
Coccinellidae is the Latin name for the Ladybug which is also called a Ladybird.
Either ladybird and ladybug are two names for the same beetle.
No, A Ladybird Is Not A Carnivore.
A Ladybird does not kill
Yes, there is such a thing as yellow ladybird and there is also such a thing as a an orange ladybird.
Harmonia axyridis is the classification for orange ladybugs. The ladybugs in question lives natively in China, Japan, Mongolia, Russia, and Taiwan. Their original bio-geography and variable color prompt such common names as Asian multicolored ladybird, Halloween ladybird, and Harlequin ladybird.
A. Yes, a ladybird is a herbivore
A ladybird weighs 35mg.
yes a ladybird is a bug
refine your question do you mean is there a ladybird bug and a ladybird bettle
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 headquarters of Ladybird Books are in London, United Kingdom. They are part of the Penguin Group, but trade as their own stand-alone imprint. They primarily publish children's books.
Round is the predominant shape of the ladybird.Specifically, the insect in question (Coccinellidaefamily) has a somewhat circular-looking body. So ladybird beetles project a rounded impression. The other predominant impression relates to the linear look of their segmented legs and thin antennae.
The ladybird or ladybug is an invertebrate.
a ladybird is a invertebrate as it has no backbone.
A ladybird (Coccinellidae) is a flying beetle.