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Types of Ladybugs

Adalia​
Adalia​

Unusual Ladybugs: Adalia bipunctata. Return to Unusual Ladybugs. Photo by Olaf Leillinger. Return to Unusual Ladybugs. Why the Ads? ¦ How Can I Help? ...

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Adalia Bipunctata
Adalia Bipunctata

Adalia bipunctata, commonly known as the two-spot ladybird, two-spotted ladybug or two-spotted lady beetle, is a carnivorous beetle of the family Coccinellidae that is found throughout the holarctic region.

Anatis​
Anatis​

Anatis ocellata, commonly known as the eyed ladybug, is a species of ladybug in the Coccinellidae family. It has black spots on a red background, with each spot surrounded by a yellowish halo. In one color variation, a specimen found in Scotland was reported having the spots fused to form longitudinal lines.

Asian Lady ​Beetle​
Asian Lady ​Beetle​

Asian lady beetles are true beetles in the beetle family Coccinellidae. While they are commonly called ladybugs or ladybirds, pest management professionals generally prefer to call them ladybug beetles or ladybird beetles.

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Chilocorinae​
Chilocorinae​

Trap ladybugs in a vacuum cleaner. The best way to get rid of ladybugs is to remove them physically using a vacuum cleaner. If you cut the hose off with nylon stocking material, you might be able to create a trap using your vacuum. Trap the ladybugs inside by vacuuming them up and let them go back outside.

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Coccinella​
Coccinella​

Species such as Harmonia axyridis or Coccinella septempunctata in North America outcompete and displace native coccinellids and become pests themselves. The main predators of coccinellids are usually birds, but they are also the prey of frogs, wasps, spiders, and dragonflies.

Convergent Lady Beetle
Convergent Lady Beetle

Introduction (Back to Top) The convergent lady beetle, Hippodamia convergens Guérin-Méneville, is among the most common lady beetle species throughout North America and is an important natural enemy of aphids, scales, thrips, and other soft-bodied insects.

Convergent ​Lady Beetle​
Convergent ​Lady Beetle​

Convergent lady beetles are widespread throughout North America (the United States, western Canada and Mexico) and Central America, but only recorded from Colombia in South America (Figure 2). In the United States, the convergent lady beetle can be found from California to New Jersey and Hawaii, with smaller populations in the eastern states.

Cryptolaemus Montrouzieri
Cryptolaemus Montrouzieri

The adult stage as well as the larval stage (shown above) of the Mealybug Destroyer (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri) are excellent predators. Mealybugs are the primary prey but aphids are also commonly preyed upon when mealybug populations are low. ...

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Cryptolaemus ​Montrouzieri​
Cryptolaemus ​Montrouzieri​

Cryptolaemus montrouzieri . Size: 3-4 mm long (3 mm is slightly less than ⅛ inch) Type of Beneficial: Insect predator. Type of Metamorphosis: Immature stages appear different from adult stage (i.e., complete metamorphosis) Beneficial Stage(s): Larval stages and adult stages . Prey: Adults and young larvae prefer eggs.

Epilachninae​
Epilachninae​

Epilachninae Lady Bugs Epilachninae, a sub-species of ladybugs, are small round beetles that are orange-colored and spotted. They are considered to be the vegetarians of the ladybug world, since they eat fungi like mushrooms and mildew.

Exochomus ​Nigromaculatus​
Exochomus ​Nigromaculatus​

Study on survival rates of different stages of Exochomus nigromaculatus ( Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) by using of mathematical curves ALIREZA NAZARI Islamic Azad University, Young Researcher Club, Branch of Arak

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Fourteen-​Spotted Ladybug​
Fourteen-​Spotted Ladybug​

Hi Chris, This is a Fourteen Spotted Ladybird Beetle, Propylea quatuordecimpunctata. It is native to Europe but can now be found in Canada and Northeast U.S. We are happy to now have the species represented on our site.

Harmonia ​Antipoda​
Harmonia ​Antipoda​

Most ladybugs are beneficial and good for the environment, but the Asian Lady Beetle can be a bad bug for certain plants and in the home. Most ladybugs are beneficial and good for the environment, but the Asian Lady Beetle can be a bad bug for certain plants and in the home.

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Harmonia Conformis
Harmonia Conformis

Harmonia conformis (the large spotted ladybird) is a species of ladybird (the family Coccinellidae). It has a light reddish appearance and its colouration includes 20 large black spots, 18 of which are found on the elytra (wing covers). They are quite large for ladybirds, being about 6-7 mm long.

Harmonia ​Conformis​
Harmonia ​Conformis​

Harmonia conformis (the large spotted ladybird) is a species of ladybird (the family Coccinellidae). It has a light reddish appearance and its colouration includes 20 large black spots, 18 of which are found on the elytra (wing covers).

Harmonia ​Doris-Nilesiae​
Harmonia ​Doris-Nilesiae​

Most ladybugs are beneficial and good for the ... How to Tell the Difference Between Good and Bad Ladybugs Meet the Asian Lady ... (harmonia axyridis) ...

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Harmonia Hallii
Harmonia Hallii

THESE LADYBUGS ARE DRIVING ME CRAZY! Howard Russell, MSU ... This ladybeetle, or ladybug, is the Multicolored Asian Ladybeetle, Harmonia axyridis, ...

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Harmonia ​Hallii​
Harmonia ​Hallii​

Multicolored Asian lady beetles are common throughout most of the United States and parts of Canada. There are many specie, and most are beneficial insects. Plant specialists imported several species of lady beetles into the United States to control crop pests.

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Hippodamia ​Tredecimpunctata​
Hippodamia ​Tredecimpunctata​

Hippodamia tredecimpunctata, commonly known as the thirteen-spot ladybeetle, is a species of lady beetle

Hyperaspis​
Hyperaspis​

Hyperaspis consimilis, Hyperaspis inflexa, and Hyperaspis troglodytes) have only been recorded from single locations Fig. 3. Distribution of Hyperaspis bigeminata, Hyperaspis binotata, Hyperaspis brunnescens, Hyperaspis disconotata, and Hyperaspis inflexa in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Fig. 4.

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Psyllobora ​Vigintiduopunctata​
Psyllobora ​Vigintiduopunctata​

Do you know ladybugs well? You probably only know the name of the regular ladybug and have only seen the red, orange, and yellow ladybugs that are usually around your house in your lifetime. But how much I know about ladybugs in this quiz will blow, your, mind.

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Scymnus​
Scymnus​

The Scymnini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the United States and Canada: Key to Genera and Revision of Scymnus, Nephus, and Diomus. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 28: 1-362. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 28: 1-362.

Seven-Spot ​Ladybird​
Seven-Spot ​Ladybird​

Coccinella septempunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) Coccinella septempunctata, the seven-spot ladybird (or, in North America, seven-spotted ladybug or "C-7"), is the most common ladybird in Europe.

Spotted Lady ​Beetle​
Spotted Lady ​Beetle​

The farmers began calling the red and black beetles "our lady's birds" or lady beetles. In Germany, these insects go by the name Marienkafer, which means "Mary beetles." The seven-spotted lady beetle is believed to be the first one named for the Virgin Mary; the red color is said to represent her cloak, and the black spots her seven sorrows.

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Two-Spot ​Ladybird​
Two-Spot ​Ladybird​

Adalia bipunctata, commonly known as the two-spot ladybird, two-spotted ladybug or two-spotted lady beetle, is a carnivorous beetle of the family Coccinellidae that is found throughout the holarctic region. It is very common in western and central Europe.