Where Do Ladybirds Live?

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Most ladybirds live in vegetations, with some species preferring trees and hedges while others are found along wetlands and river banks. They are normally hardy insects that are used to control the spread of aphids and other pests that attack crops.
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they live in forests, fields, grasslands, gardens, and even in people's houses
Lady birds are a farmers favourite friends as they feed on pests such as aphids and plant lice. Their diet also includes small insects.
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