Would you like to know facts about Ladybugs?
Well you came to the right place.. You See I created a ebook called
“Fun Facts on Ladybugs by Bernardo Palos”
Were I take you from page to page explaining the fun facts that a lot of people do not know about lady bugs
For Example I will be talking about..
- what is the Proper name for the ladybug?
- The meaning behind the word lady in the name Ladybug?
- How long Ladybugs live?
- what do Ladybugs eat?
- how do Ladybugs help farmers?
But there is so much more to learn about Ladybugs Like!
- How many insects can a ladybug eat in a lifetime?
- A meaning from around the world about the ladybugs
- The Ladybugs defense mechanism
- The Most Famous Ladybug
- What do the spots on the Ladybugs shell mean?
- And So Much More!
That being said! I will like to share with you a preview of my ebook: Fun Facts On Ladybugs by Bernardo Palos.. For Free Enjoy!
Page 1 from the Ebook: Fun Facts on Ladybugs by Bernardo Palos
Is The Ladybug A Bug Or An Insect?
You see the ladybug is not really a bug it is actually a beetle of the insect class. Therefore the name ladybug is a common name and lady beatle is the proper name for this beatle.
The easiest way to prove this is by their mouthparts and their wings you see beetles have mouths that can chew and wings that are covered by a hard shell.
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Does the Ladybug have scientific name?
Yes, The scientific name for the Ladybug is Coccinellidae.
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How many species of ladybugs are there?
There are over 5,000 different species of ladybugs in the world
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How many eggs do Ladybugs lay?
Ladybugs lay hundreds of eggs on the underside of leafs..
They tend to lay there eggs in rows or in clusters near aphid colonies so there larvae can start eating as soon as they hatch
Larvae vary in shape and color based on species but they emerge in a few days after the eggs have been put into place.
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How do Larvae grow?
Some say they look like tiny alligators. Larvae grow quickly and shed their skin several times. When they reach full size, they attach to a leaf by their tail, and a pupa is formed. Within a week or two, the pupa becomes an adult ladybug.
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What do Ladybug Larvae eat?
While Ladybug Larvae are completely harmless to you and to your garden, ladybug larvae are very hungry creatures. A single larva can eat dozens of aphids per day and eat other soft bodied garden pests as well such as scale insects, adelgids, mites, insect larvae, and planets in some species. In an eating frenzy, they might even eat other ladybug eggs too.
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How many insects will a Ladybug eat in its lifetime?
A Ladybug may eat as many as 5,000 insects in there lifetime.
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How long do Ladybugs live?
Average Lifespan for Ladybugs is two to three years.
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Does the ladybug have a backbone?
The Ladybug is a Invertebrate because it does not have a backbone instead it has an exoskeleton.
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How did the ladybug get its name?
You see back in the day when farmers used to have tons of pest in their crops, They would pray to the Virgin Mary to get rid of the pest in their crops. Then they would notice these bugs that would eat the pest from eating their crops and called them beetle of Our Lady.. This is how the name stuck around but was later shortened to Lady Beetle as the proper name and Ladybug as a common name but remember it’s a beetle of the insect class..
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