We’ve gotten a lot of questions and phone calls regarding the ladybug larva. So here’s a quick run down for those of you that are experiencing ladybug larva around your property.
The female ladybug will lay her eggs on the undersides of leaves where there is a lot of food (aphids). The eggs will hatch three to five days later.
When you think about what a baby ladybug might look like, you probably think of a small cute version of the adult, right? Well, lets just say that a baby ladybug (larva) lives up to the saying “A face only a mother could love”. Baby ladybugs (ladybug larvae) are long and black with orange markings on its back, a little spikey looking and some say that they resemble alligators, but a whole lot smaller of course! I don’t see that but you can let your imagination go…
For more information on ladybugs or ladybug larva, call the experts at www.callnorthwest.com.
Director of Pest Services