Ladybirds

Ladybirds are natural predators and will seek aphids immediately.

An adult ladybird lays 20 to 50 eggs a day. The duration of the hatching normally takes 4 to 8 days depending on the climate. After the hatching, the larvae will seek aphids immediately.

Once in the fourth larval stage, the larva stops eating and pupates. During pupation, which takes approximately 8 days, the ladybird stops eating for a few days and stays inactive. 

Finally, the adult beetles appear by tearing the pupal skin. During September and October they will look for a hibernation place. Ladybirds prefer outside walls, window frames or bark crevices.
Adalia bipunctata is a native ladybird which can be found all over Europe. It finds its way in a pretty extensive range of living areas and feeds on different aphid species.

The Ladybird is a regular visitor of vegetable gardens, fields and flowerbeds.

If ants are present it will reduce the efficiency of the ladybirds.

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