The average lifespan of a ladybug is two years. Ladybugs are also known as ladybirds and are classified as beetles. There are over 5,000 species of ladybugs on the planet.Know More
Ladybugs can be red, brown, yellow, orange, white or black. They are helpful to gardeners, since their prey consists of bugs that damage plants. Predators of the ladybug include birds, rodents, reptiles and other insects.
Ladybugs hibernate in large groups after summer when the weather becomes cooler. They do so to increase their chance of survival. Ladybugs may lay up to 2,000 eggs per year. Their eggs hatch in a few days, and after a couple of weeks, the larvae develops into pupa.Learn more about Beetles
Dumbo rats are a breed of domesticated Norwegian rat that, like other rats, have an average lifespan of two years and a maximum life expectancy of seven years with excellent care. The Dumbo gene, responsible for the breed's distinctive large ears, has no effect on lifespan or general health.Full Answer >
A female lady bug is slightly larger than a male lady bug, and if a layperson happens upon ladybugs mating, the partner on top is the male. However, most laypeople cannot readily discern the difference between a male and female ladybug.Full Answer >
Most species of ladybug are not aggressive towards humans and therefore do not bite. All ladybugs have mouth parts that can be used for biting, but they are generally used for consuming small pest insects, such as the aphids which make up a majority of their diet. The one exception is the Asian ladybug, a swarming species that is more aggressive than the others.Full Answer >
There are female and male species of ladybugs, and they reproduce sexually. The male ladybug crawls on the back of the female ladybug as they mate.Full Answer >