The grub of the beneficial ladybird. This insect is beneficial to gardens because it eats aphides.
A class of small insects or beetles found commonly on plants and trees. They are noted for their various…
"Ladybird beetle; larva." —Davison, 1906
"Ladybird beetle; pupa." —Davison, 1906
"Ladybird beetle; adult." —Davison, 1906
Anatis lady-birds, larva devouring slug of potato-beetle.
Anatis lady-birds, pupa.
"Asiatic ladybird imported to devour the San Jose scale; larva." —Davison, 1906
"Asiatic ladybird imported to devour the San Jose scale; adult." —Davison, 1906
Ladybirds and their larva are beneficial to gardens because they eat other insects as food.
Also known as megilla maculata. A-Larva; B-Empty skin; C-Beetle with enlarged antenna above.
Ladybugs, or lady-birds look like little colored and spotted turtles. The larvae of these beetles prey…
A red or sometimes yellow beetle with black spots.
Epilachna borealis is a species of squash beetle in the Coccinellidae family of ladybugs.
The seven spotted ladybug is one of the most common species of ladybug. The ladybug is also known as…
Ladybugs are a type of small beetle. The larvae feed on aphides, making them beneficial to horticulturalists.