Sunday, February 28, 2016

Shoreline Critters

Fantastic polish job compliments of the supreme designer of life seen on what some call the Spotless Polished Ladybug.

Technically Ladybugs are NOT bugs, they are Beetles. This Polished Lady Beetle is seen on the leaf of a Narrowleaf Vetch weed.

Not surprising, also seen on a nearby Vetch weed is another Lady Beetle, this one in its larva stage of life. 

Lady Beetles are beneficial insects that are said to eat over 5,000 soft body insects like destructive aphids during the course of their one year life span. 


  1. Man o man, you do take some awesome pictures!

  2. I'd never heard of a Spotless Polished Ladybug. Wowzers, really cool pics.


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