What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat? Ladybugs eat a variety of things, but of course their favorite and primary food is aphids. Both the adult ladybug and their larvae love to eat aphids. A single ladybug can eat up to 5000 aphids, which means they're invaluable to farmers gardeners trying to control an aphid population. If the aphids are not handy, then they will search for scales, mites and larvae of other bugs. Besides these, they also feed on fruit juice, nectar and pollen. A few ladybug species, like the Mexican bean beetle and 28-spotted potato Ladybug are pests species feeding on foliage. Even the seven spotted ladybugs feed on foliage, when other sources of food is scare, as you see in the last picture.

What do Ladybugs Eat?
What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat?

What do Ladybugs Eat?

Drone Fly

Drone Fly (Eristalis tenax) is a common, medium-sized fly in the family Syrphidae (Hoverfly), in the order Diptera. It's common name "Drone Fly" came from the fact that it mimic drone honey bee. It feeds on nectar and is an important pollinator for a number of plants, particularly those having cluster flowers such as carrot, coriander and fennel. Its aquatic larva, known as rat-tailed maggot, breathe through a long, snorkel-like appendage. It lives in stagnant water, such as drainage ditches and sewage and feeds on decaying organic material.

Drone Fly
Drone Fly
Drone Fly
Drone Fly
Drone Fly

Green Soldier Fly

Green Soldier Fly

Wolf Spiders

Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae (wolf). Wolf spiders are agile and land predators that are moving quickly. Wolf spiders have good eyesight. Some hunt actively and pursue prey during the day. Some will wait for passing prey in or near the mouth of a burrow. They do not capture their food in a web as do other common spiders with poorer eye sight.
Adult males are smaller than females, and measure 19 to 25 mm . The pedipalps, are larger and proportionately longer legs. Its color is also more striking. The female is brown with darker markings and lines on the legs. Measures of 27 to 30 mm. They have eight eyes, arranged in 3 rows; the first rows have 4 small eyes; the second row has 2 larger eyes and the third row has 2 medium-sized eyes.
Wolf spiders carry their egg sacs by attaching them to their spinnerets. On hatching they protect their young by carrying them on their back.
Wolf spiders are venomous and can bite if provoked. However their bite are usually minor, can result in small pain or itchiness. In some rear cases the reaction can include swelling, prolonged pain, dizziness, rapid pulse and nausea.

Wolf Spiders
Wolf Spiders
Wolf Spiders

Orange Blossoms

Orange Blossoms
Orange Blossoms
Orange Blossoms
Orange Blossoms
Orange Blossoms
Honey Bee on Orange Blossoms
Honey Bee On Orange Flower