Ladybugs are insects, and like most insects, they have six legs. Ladybugs are a type of beetle and have a brightly-colored hard shell that covers their wings. Most ladybugs are red or orange with black spots. More »

Colorado State University reports that some ladybugs, or lady beetles, do migrate. This behavior is especially common among a specific species known as "convergent lady beetles." These insects travel to the mountains for... More »

The ladybug commonly symbolizes good luck. Ladybugs consume aphids, a common agricultural pest, and are considered to be beneficial insects. A single ladybug consumes up to 5,000 aphids in its lifetime. More »

While the foul flavor of ladybugs teaches most mammals and birds to avoid eating them, it does not affect toads, and they are frequent predators of these small, helpful insects. Toads use their long, sticky tongues to ca... More »

Multicolored Asian lady beetles are very similar in appearance to ladybugs. As the name suggests, they are native to Asia, though they are now commonly found in the United States as well. More »

Wingless insects are primitive insects that do not fly and have no evolutionary history of flying. They belong to the subclass Apterygota of the class Insecta of the phylum Arthropoda. The orders of this subclass are Arc... More »

Animals that lay eggs are known as oviparous animals and include fish, birds, reptiles and insects. These types of animals have little to no other development within the mother. Mammals that lay eggs instead of giving bi... More »