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The Life Cycle of a Ladybird. By Caitlin and Kourtney. Contents Page. Introduction The life cycle Stage1-eggs Stage2-larva Stage3-pupa Stage4-adult ladybird Glossary. Introduction. A ladybird is a minibeast that flys and crawls also has 6 legs.

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The life cycle of a ladybird

The Life Cycle of a Ladybird

By Caitlin and Kourtney


Contents page
Contents Page

Introduction

The life cycle

Stage1-eggs

Stage2-larva

Stage3-pupa

Stage4-adult ladybird

Glossary


Introduction
Introduction

A ladybird is a minibeast that flys and crawls also has 6 legs.

This slide tells you about how ladybirds eggs grow into a ladybird. This is called the life cycle of a ladybird.



Stage1 eggs
Stage1- eggs

Ladybirds egg are shaped like a football.

She lays her eggs on a plant and are

Very small.

A ladybirds eggs are yellow.

leaf

eggs


Stage2 larva
Stage2-larva

The Larva emerges in 2-6 days.

The ladybirds hatch and feed on aphids.

leaf

Larva


Stage3 pupa
Stage3-pupa

The growing ladybird gose into a pupa and stays

In it for a week while it transforms into a ladybird.

Leaf

pupa


Stage4 adult ladybird
Stage4-adult ladybird

Ladybirds do not any spots at the beginning but grow 2-6 spots in a year.

There are many generations hatched in a year.

wings

ladybird


Glossary
Glossary

  • Aphids – little bugs that ladybirds eat.

  • Hatch – when a little bug is ready to be born

  • Pupa-the form that an insect takes when it changes from a larva into an adult

  • Tranforms – something that changes


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