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Anther Ladybird (or is it Ladybug?)

A good friend in the US tells me they are called Ladybugs over there.

The Ladybug (or Lady Bird?)

The Ladybug (or Lady Bird?)

9 Responses to “Anther Ladybird (or is it Ladybug?)”

  1. John

    A good bug! I noticed that if I add the letter S to nomad, I get a different site?

  2. The Photonomad

    There must be a lot of nomads about! I used to have a site called the Photonomads but that has gone now.

  3. Maggie

    Ladybug 🐞 in Canada too. We also have orange ones that get into the house in the fall and in the spring I am overrun. I hate it.

  4. The Photonomad

    I’m told that a new species of ladybird/bug is invading Europe. It has more spots that our tradition ladybird. At the moment here in Holland we have a lot of those tiny little flies that buzz around your head. Hardly any mosquitoes or other biting insects fortunately.

  5. Maggie

    No mosquitoes!! Heaven!! Some evenings we are so covered up around the campfire we can’t recognize each other.

  6. The Photonomad

    There are some biting insects here but nothing like mosquitoes (yet!). I’m sure that with global warming, those pesky little creatures will find their way up here. Have been watching the ducklings on the water here chomping down on those tiny little flies that buzz around. Somewhere in Amsterdam there is restaurant that has insects on the menu. Yum!

  7. Maggie

    I can just see the menu: “toasted cockroach with a dusting of ants”
    I did eat crickets in Mexico last month.

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