The Ladybug Bee and Sunflower


James "BO" Insogna

The Ladybug Bee and Sunflower
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The Ladybug Bee and Sunflower
A ladybug in a sunflower with a bee buzzing. Many people love ladybugs because of their colorful, spotted beautiful cute appearance. But farmers and gardeners love them for their eating appetite. Most ladybugs voraciously consume plant-eating insects, such as aphids, and in doing so they help to protect crops. Ladybugs can lay hundreds of eggs in the colonies of aphids and other plant-eating pests. When they hatch, the ladybug larvae immediately begin to feed. By the end of its three-to-six-week life, a ladybug may eat some 5,000 aphids. 1-888-682-0122
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Size: 22.3" x 18.5"
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spadecaller ::
July 13, 2011
Terrific shot, Bo!

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