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  • Cassy Ccb

    "Soft landing" ... by Anikol | Andrei Nikolayev Anikol. Ladybird (ladybug) closeup, 1st prize winner in "Private Life of Insects" competition, 2011 [Please keep photo credit and original link if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

  • Bonita Tate

    Lady Bug Landing..not an animal but this is an incredible photo that I had to pin. So there...

  • Anna Humphreys

    Ladybugs have any names including lady beetles or ladybird beetles. The are very beneficial to the garden. The feed primarily on aphids, but also eat other small, soft-bodied insect larvae, insect eggs, and mites.

  • Joel Castellanos Navarrete

    Incredible ladybug shot. Landing gear down!

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