Gallery description : ladybird

Ladybird inhabits woodland, hedgerows and meadows. It has a shell skin type. The diet is carnivore. Ladybird (coccinellidae) usually is 1-10mm (0.04-0.4in).

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Facts about ladybirds
NameLadybird
OrderColeoptera
Size1-10mm (0.04-0.4in)
FamilyCoccinellidae
Conservation StatusThreatened
ColourRed, black, yellow, orange, white, brown
ClassInsecta
Scientific NameCoccinellidae
Average Litter Size2,000
KingdomAnimalia
Skin TypeShell
DietCarnivore
Common NameLadybird
Main PreyAphids, greenfly, small insects
PhylumArthropoda
HabitatWoodland, hedgerows and meadows
PredatorsBirds, rodents, reptiles, insects
Number of Species5,000
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