Do ladybugs have nests
Ladybugs are known to hibernate in buildings during the winter and to sometimes emerge during warm spells. Thanks. ChaCha!
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- What does a ladybug nest look like?
- our tree has alot of lady bugs and its real cool we think it looks like eggs
- Can a ladybird nest do any harm?
- Your Ladybird "Nest" is actually their Hibernating group they will if you let them? stay there until next spring and hopefully will not die then come out when the weather warms up. Don't do what others suggest and get rid of them...
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- Q: I have a grape vine in the yard it has green bumps on it, there are lots of ladybugs too. What to know if it is ladybug nest on the leaves.
- A: Ladybugs do not have nests. They lay their eggs in clusters. The eggs are orange in color and are very tiny. They can be found on the UNDER-side of the leaves. Follow this link to a site that will show you pictures of all of the life stages of the ladybug. Then you'll know if you have ladybugs on your vines... whatever you do, don't spray. Not only will you kill your pest, but you'll kill of your ladybugs (which will probably eat the pest and do a great job of fixing the problem!).http://www.hmrprint.com/helensphotos/LADYBUGS.htmlScroll down to where it says "Life Cycle"Hope this helps!
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