LADYBIRD

Sandy Hill

Joined April 2008

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A Ladybird deep inside a squash flower, stands on the stamen and spreads its wings before flying out of the deep yellow flower.

The Asian Ladybird was possibly established in North America as the result of introductions into the United States in an attempt to control the spread of aphids. Whatever the source, in the last two decades, this insect has spread throughout the United States and Canada and has been a prominent factor in controlling aphid populations.

" PHOTO INFORMATION"

Taken on Aug 12/10 at 1:47 pm in own back yard ( south east Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada).
Camera; Canon 20D
Lens; Tamron 90 mm f/2.8, plus 1.4 X’s tele converter which equals 126mm.
Tripod; Manfrotto, including 498RC2 ball head.
Taken at; 1/50’s, f/7.1, 126 mm, man wht bal 6479 kelvin. iso 800.

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