It is not a bug! It is a ladybird .... hang on, it is not a bird either, is it? OK, so it should be called a lady beetle. That should keep the entomologists happy.
What happened to the poor thing...?good pictures...
Darned if I know, but the pictures are great! Cathy
It's adorable... that's what it is! Great shots!
Great close-ups of the little bug!
I don't know what it is but those are cool shots. Where did you find the bug?
I guess technically they refer to it as a beetle...dunno really. But I do know I love your photos!!My macro photo is questionable...is it a TREE SERPENT?
Maybe it's a gentlemanbug instead; he is rather odd looking, but you captured him beautifully!
Ladybug, ladybug fly away home ... great shots.
a sweet little buggreat macro
I love ladybug shots! It pops against the purple! :D Nice shot!
Thanks, DBM! LOL!Sweet - yes, most people in the US call it a 'ladybug', and over here in England, we call them 'ladybirds'. I love the variety of colours and patterns they come in.
That last shot is really cool!
Looks like it might be a slightly immature 'eyed ladybird' ; http://www.ladybird-survey.org/downloads/Ladybird%20descriptions_Info%20pack_2006_v.1.3.pdfOf course ~ it could be an altogether different brand! :D
Looks like one to me, but whatever it is, you have done a wonderful job of photographing it!
it looks like a lady bug :)have a lovely day!
It looks like a ladybug to me...
I like that its head has a checkered look to it.
These are Asian lady beetles. We have had them in the house they are a Beetle. Unlike Lady Bugs we know as the red ones. These Bites and pinch, they also give of an fowl odor when crushed. In warm weather they comes out in large groups.
I'm so totally clueless but it looks like a cute pin. ;-)
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