Ladybugs, Ladybugs, We Love Ladybugs!

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Why are they called ladybugsThe ladybug got its name during the Middle Ages. In Europe swarms of aphid insects were ruining crops. Farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary hoping she could help the crisis. Soon,ladybugs showed up and started eating all of the aphids and helped to protect the crops. The farmers called them called them Beetles of our Lad because they believed the Virgin Mary had sent them to help. The name was reduced to Lady Beetles then Ladybugs. The
What color are ladybugsThe most common colors of ladybugs are red, yellow, orange, or scarlet with small black dots.
Do Ladybugs bite Yes, ladybugs can bite. They do not have any venom or irritating saliva.
What do Ladybugs eat Ladybugs eat insects called an aphid.
How do Ladybugs get their spots Ladybug spot patterns vary from species to species and come in a variety of colors.to warn their predators that they taste really bad and that they are a little bit poisonous, too.
Where do ladybugs live Ladybugs live in gardens, agricultural fields, wooded areas and on plants that are have aphids.
How many legs does a ladybugs haveLadybugs have 6 legs. 3 on each side.
How many wings do ladybugs haveLadybugs have 2 wings.
Why can ladybugs walk on leavesEach leg is equipped with fine adhesive hair, which enable the insect to cling to surfaces.
Why are they considered luckyLadybugs are considered to be crop defenders. They bring an optimum flow of energy. It is said that whenever a lady bugs lands on you, you will succeed in love, have good weather, experience financial success or simply receive some other desired wish.

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