Habitat for Ladybug?

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Ladybugs subsist in a range of habitats such as: grasslands, gardens, including forests, fields and even in people's houses. Ladybugs, also known as lady birds and lady beetles are tiny, oval-shaped winged insects, usually black with red spots or red with black spots on the wing covers.
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1. Catch some Ladybugs. Ladybugs (also called Ladybirds in some places) are relatively easy to catch and are abundant in the summer months. You should be able to find plenty of them
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Habitat. Ladybugs live in trees, shrubs, fields, beaches, and in homes. In the fall they crawl to winter sites. A few to several hundred gather for the winter. The winter gathering
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Ladybugs natural habitats include forests, fields, grasslands, gardens and beaches. They are small, oval-shaped winged insects usually red with black spots or ...
Ladybugs live in a variety of habitats including forests, fields, grasslands, and gardens. There are many animals that live in these environments including trees ...
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