Mini beast ProjectNew Lambton Public School     3C/ Mrs Coates      By Youkabod
LadybirdsBecause beetlesand ladybirds bothlook the same,ladybirds are atype of beetle.
Ladybird Anatomy        • A ladybird has :a pair of          antennas, eyes, a head,          a pronotum, legs , tibia,   ...
SpeciesThere are about 5000 species of ladybird in world.These are some examples:
Species Dark Blue lady Beetles         Orange ladybirdThey live on the island of   They have white spots.         Hawaii.
SpeciesSome ladybirds are the sametype but they have differentbeautiful patterns on their      These are allwings.        ...
HabitatTwo spotted ladybirds live in North America. Amazonian ladybirds live in SouthAmerica. 22-spotted ladybirds live in...
Habitat     Ladybirds do not live in     nests. They live in tree     barks or plant stems.     When it rains they     she...
Ladybird Life CycleEggs are laid and they hatch in 3-7 days. Next is thelarval stage till 21 days. Then it’s the pupae sta...
Ladybird Life Cycle
LifeLadybirds live in groups but not in a family group. Theylive near each other so they can mate. Several ladybirdswill o...
LifeLadybirds are active in the day. Female ladybirdsnormally search for a good safety place to lay her eggs &also a place...
MovementLadybirds use their legs to move. Even if their legs aresmall for it’s body. Good thing it is small because itwon’...
FoodLadybirds eat aphids. Some ladybirds can eat 40 aphidsin a day. Only a few ladybirds eat plants & mildew, whichis a pl...
Hibernating LadybirdsSome ladybirds hibernate during winter, which meansthey sleep for a long time. Some hibernate in larg...
PredatorsLadybirds also have dangerous predators. Spiders, birds ,even other insects are predators if food runs out.
ProtectThey protect themselves by pretending to be dead orusing their bright colors to warn the predators that ithas a bad...
Pest LadybirdsSome species of ladybirds are pest ladybirds, means theymake problems for humans by coming into their houses...
Eaten ByThis web shows uswhat ladybirds eatand what eatsthem.                     Birds                                   ...
Facts Did you know Ladybirds neverlive in cold placeslike Greenland or      Iceland?
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Ladybirds

  1. 1. Mini beast ProjectNew Lambton Public School 3C/ Mrs Coates By Youkabod
  2. 2. LadybirdsBecause beetlesand ladybirds bothlook the same,ladybirds are atype of beetle.
  3. 3. Ladybird Anatomy • A ladybird has :a pair of antennas, eyes, a head, a pronotum, legs , tibia, tarsal claw, elytra , tarsus and femur.
  4. 4. SpeciesThere are about 5000 species of ladybird in world.These are some examples:
  5. 5. Species Dark Blue lady Beetles Orange ladybirdThey live on the island of They have white spots. Hawaii.
  6. 6. SpeciesSome ladybirds are the sametype but they have differentbeautiful patterns on their These are allwings. harlequin ladybirds.
  7. 7. HabitatTwo spotted ladybirds live in North America. Amazonian ladybirds live in SouthAmerica. 22-spotted ladybirds live in Europe. Harlequin ladybirds live in Asia. Lunetteladybirds live in Africa. 6-spotted zigzag ladybirds live in Indonesia. Mealy bugladybirds live in Australia.
  8. 8. Habitat Ladybirds do not live in nests. They live in tree barks or plant stems. When it rains they shelter.
  9. 9. Ladybird Life CycleEggs are laid and they hatch in 3-7 days. Next is thelarval stage till 21 days. Then it’s the pupae stage for5-7 days. After that it turns into an adult ladybird.
  10. 10. Ladybird Life Cycle
  11. 11. LifeLadybirds live in groups but not in a family group. Theylive near each other so they can mate. Several ladybirdswill often live together on the same plant.
  12. 12. LifeLadybirds are active in the day. Female ladybirdsnormally search for a good safety place to lay her eggs &also a place where there is food for the small tinyladybirds. Male ones look for yummy food.
  13. 13. MovementLadybirds use their legs to move. Even if their legs aresmall for it’s body. Good thing it is small because itwon’t get crunched. They also have spotty wings to fly.
  14. 14. FoodLadybirds eat aphids. Some ladybirds can eat 40 aphidsin a day. Only a few ladybirds eat plants & mildew, whichis a plant disease. Some eat fruit too.
  15. 15. Hibernating LadybirdsSome ladybirds hibernate during winter, which meansthey sleep for a long time. Some hibernate in largegroups and some in small groups. They eat a lot of foodduring Summer so they could stay alive in Winter.
  16. 16. PredatorsLadybirds also have dangerous predators. Spiders, birds ,even other insects are predators if food runs out.
  17. 17. ProtectThey protect themselves by pretending to be dead orusing their bright colors to warn the predators that ithas a bad taste or squirt out bad-tasting liquid.
  18. 18. Pest LadybirdsSome species of ladybirds are pest ladybirds, means theymake problems for humans by coming into their houses.Harlequin ladybirds are a pest.
  19. 19. Eaten ByThis web shows uswhat ladybirds eatand what eatsthem. Birds spiders Praying mantis Mildew Plants Aphids
  20. 20. Facts Did you know Ladybirds neverlive in cold placeslike Greenland or Iceland?
  21. 21. The End

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