ABOUT TODAYS BUGCAM:
Todays BugCam features Ladybugs, some of our most beloved of beneficial insects, living in a small screened aquarium. A watering source and Beneficial Insect Food feeding station are positioned off-camera. Plants used for decoration are whatever we had handy at the time, with aphids provided as an additional food source when available (but aphids never last for long here!). Many Ladybugs also routinely escape to freedom, and are replenished as needed.
Want to save a particular BugCam image? Click here for a manual-refresh .jpg file you can save (keep pressing "refresh" until you get an image you like). Have you saved an especially interesting BugCam photo? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for possible inclusion in a coming page of BugCam favorites!
We ship live Ladybugs to gardeners and other Ladybug-lovers almost year-round, for overnight and two-day delivery. Each Ladybug eats up to 1500 aphids and other similar-sized insect pests. Ladybugs are commonly regarded as symbols of "good luck", too.
For more Ladybug information, please visit the links below:
Click Here For Ladybug FACT SHEET & Release Instructions
Click Here For Info on Aphids and Our Most Effective Aphid Controls