Question of the Week – Lady Beetle Eggs

Question of the Week – Lady Beetle Eggs

For the ‘Question of the Week’ from Monday… These are lady beetle eggs laid on the underside of this leaf. Lady beetles, or ladybugs, are excellent predators of aphids and other soft bodied insects. Numerous species of lady beetles are commonly found in fruit in vegetable crops in South Carolina are easily recognized by their red or orange coloring with black spots. For more information about lady beetles, visit this webpage.

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