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Ladybird beetles are often red or orange above, spotted with black, white, or yellow but some species are black, with or without spots.

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All the ladybird beetles, with the exception of the members of one vegetation-eating genus, are carnivorous. The leaf eating Ladybug commonly attacks plants of the tomato and potato and plants in the solanaceae family.

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