Different views of ladybugs

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1. Ladybug larva
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2. Ladybug pupa
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3. Perpetuating the cycle
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Thanks for looking!
 

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Nice serie, Dossy !

I've never seen ladybird (in english from England) larvae before ! How come this hugly bug can transform in such a sweet little thing ?

:wink:
J-P.
 
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Beautiful!
Thank you, Juan!
Nice serie, Dossy !

I've never seen ladybird (in english from England) larvae before ! How come this hugly bug can transform in such a sweet little thing ?

:wink:
J-P.
Thanks J-P! Right now the larvae are all over one of my trees. When I first saw them, I had to do some research to find out what they were. I was surprised too!
 
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Thanks for sharing this series and info Dossy
Another day with learning something ,o)
Nico
Thanks Nico!
Very nice serie. Grts Yves.
Thank you so much!
Nice series of the life cycle!
Much appreciated!
This is a wonderful biology lesson. Thanks
Thanks Don!
Cool! Like the last shot.

Samuel
Thank you Samuel!
 
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Great shots, Dossy.
Didn't realize those were ladybug larvae.
Glad I clicked on this thread. :smile:
 

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