Where Do Ladybugs Live?

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Ladybugs reside where insect pest populations are high. Such as in crop fields, gardens, and in the canopies of trees.
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Ladybugs live in gardens and vegetated arrears. They are found in farms they are very offen liked by farmers. because. they kill aphids and other small animals i hope you now know
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The United States has several hundred species of the some 5,000 species of ladybugs because of mild winters and food sources provided by agricultural production. One species commonly
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Ladybugs can be found all over the world, with the exception of Antarctica and
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I think any bush susceptible to aphids, flowering bushes mostly. I have them on The Roses, Lilacs, all the berry bushes and the Honeysuckles. I see them a lot on my bulbs while they
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Lady bugs like in places like fields, gardens and trees. They eat leaves so they live near leaves, usually. Unless they come into your house, which they often do.
Ladybugs can live in a variety of places. Most live in fields, forests, and gardens. Back in 1999, four ladybugs even lived inside of a space shuttle! You can find more information here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/insects/Ladybug.shtml
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