Green Ladybugs?

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A green ladybug is not really a lady bug at all. It is called a cucumber beetle.There are two different types of cucumber beetles. They have spotted beetles and striped beetles. They are not considered beneficial insects as they are sucking invaders that harm the crops they commonly like to attack corn and bean crops. They have been known to completely destroy the crop. They live approximately eight weeks long. The larvae are commonly called corn root worm.
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Ladybug
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Family: Coccinellidae Genus: Coccinella Species: Coccinella septempunctata
The adult seven-spotted lady beetle is relatively large (7-8 mm). The body is oval and dome-shaped, and it has a white or pale spot on either side of the head. The black spot pattern on the body is usually 1-4-2, with either red or... More »
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