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  • Fay Cotton

    Lost Ladybug Project Across North America ladybug species distribution is changing. Over the past twenty years several native ladybugs that were once very common have become extremely rare. How to Find, Collect, and Photograph Ladybugs Where and when to look for ladybugs:  best time early summer and when it isnt too dry.  The best places to look will be in lush plant growth Agricultural fields like alfalfa, clover, and grains like wheat and corn (before it gets too tall).

  • CBG

    Citizen Science: How to Find, Collect, and Photograph Ladybugs for participation in the Lost Ladybug Project

  • Edible East End

    Lost Ladybug Project at Quail Hill, July 15

  • Misti Schroeter

    Collecting ladybugs

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