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10/13/21

[Answer] Which is NOT a “true bug” to entomologists?

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Which is NOT a “true bug” to entomologists?


  • Ladybug:Technically, ladybugs are not bugs at all. They are actually beetles that are also known as ladybird beetles or lady beetles. In fact, they are not classified as true bugs by entomologists. They come in many colors and patterns, but the most familiar in North America is the seven-spotted ladybug, with its shiny, red-and-black body. The name "ladybug" was coined by European farmers who prayed to the Virgin Mary when pests began eating their crops. After ladybugs came and wiped out the invading insects, the farmers named them "beetle of Our Lady." This eventually was shortened to "ladybug."



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