Coccinellidae

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    Rickie Williams Zoology Ms. Julie Lady Bugs (Coccinellidae) Research paper Introduction Lady bugs are a part of the Coleoptera order. According to University of Arkansas, United States department of Agriculture and County Governments Cooperating Coleoptera is identified by two pairs of wings; front pair hard and shell-like, and hind pair is membrane like. Their mouth part is chewing and their metamorphosis is complete. According to Turkish Journal of Zoology Lady bugs are predator insects. They prey on pest-like insects such as aphids, scale bugs, jassids, psyllids, white flies and mealy bugs. Lady bugs/beetles are important agriculture because they eat insects that eat crops. Aphids eat the leaves of vegetable plants and scale bugs can be…

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