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Back to top. The lady bug is probably my favourite bug of all haha.
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Nice share! Though this lady bug is not good for crops and flowers but still their texture ia beautiful specially children like it lolz.. But thanks for sharing useful information about lady bugs and to get rid of it. Sunday, 6 November Big groups of ladybirds in the autumn - why?
They're creatures of summer, right? So why are there big groups of them around in the autumn, hundreds on walls, cars, or even coming into houses?
A comparatively small aggregation of Harlequin ladybirds, here aggregating in a straw hat. It's because Britain is in the grip of an alien invasion: the non-native Harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis. A very variable species, it comes in three forms in the UK: forms conspicua and spectabilis, which are black with two and four red spots respectively, and form succinea, which is orange with 19 black spots although some or even all of them may be absent, or they can fuse together.
But why are they still about in late autumn?