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- n. The ladybird / ladybug
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- n. Same as ladybird.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. small round bright-colored and spotted beetle that usually feeds on aphids and other insect pests
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Speaking of cards, I got the one you sent of the salmon and all those fish stickers and the spider sticker, the Australian croc crossing sticker, and the Hello Kitty as ladybug/ladybeetle sticker.
Breakthrough: Greenfly, pictured here with a ladybeetle, may have met its match Their ability to ruin the best blooms and the juiciest buds has made them the bane of the gardener's H5N1 bird flu and the H3N2 seasonal flu virus, and found that three of these
Breakthrough: Greenfly, pictured here with a ladybeetle, may have met its match Their ability to ruin the best blooms and the juiciest buds has made them the bane of the gardener's
Adult ladybeetle (Coccinella septumpunctata) predating on mealybug.
The detriment of the additional hot days also depended on which of two different predatory ladybeetle species was present, showing that the structures of local food webs may mitigate environmental changes.
There are more than 80 species of ladybugs in Colorado, Cranshaw said, but the convergent ladybeetle is the only one that heads for the hills. explanations are still tentative, Cranshaw said. allows them to mix.
One of the most famous success stories of using biological controls was from California, where the Vedallia ladybeetle was imported to attack the cottony cushion scale populations that threatened to wipe out the newly-established citrus industry in the late 1800's.
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