Lifecycle of a Ladybug

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Lifecycle of a Ladybug




The Life Cycle of the Ladybug By: Amber Payton

Adult Ladybug

General CharakteristicsThe adult ladybug coloring can range from yellow to scarlet and the spots present on their half-sphere body vary as well.Ladybug's color and secrete of foul-smelling liquid from their legs to keep predators away.

Interestings FactsA mother ladybug will lay from ten to fifteen eggs in one place, and she will make sure that it is a place where the babies can find food when they hatch.

CitationLadybug Facts For Kids – Amazing Facts About Ladybugs For Kids." Cool Facts For Kids. Magazine Theme on Genesis Framework, June-July 2013. Web. 14 Mar. 2015.Johnson1, E. S. "The Life Cycle of a Ladybug." YouTube. YouTube, 14 Nov. 2011. Web. 14 Mar. 2015.CCSSCA Science Standard: 2. Plants and animals have predictable life cycles. As a basis for understanding this concept: b. Students know the sequential stages of life cycles are different for different animals, such as frogs, butterflies, and mice.

DevelopmentThe ladybug eggs look similar to yellow jellybeans, except that they are tiny Newborn larvae look sort of like tiny alligators. After only a few days, the larvae will be large enough to begin to shed their skin. During the pupa stage, the larvae are going through a metamorphosis into a ladybug .As the adult ladybug shell hardens it also gains pigment, which causes the ladybug to become bright red .


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