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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Watch larvae turn into ladybugs! View larger.
Dome includes magnifying lens. View larger.
Observe the Metamorphosis Up Close
Eventually, the crawly little larvae will enter the pupae stage, in which they attach themselves to the habitat dome and begin their metamorphoses into adult ladybugs. Insect Lore guarantees at least 10 larvae will grow into adult ladybugs.
Your Very Own Ladybugs
Once the spotted ladybugs emerge, children can have lots of fun feeding them, watching them crawl around, and even carefully removing them and holding them. You can feed your ladybugs raisins that have been plumped in water, or you can feed them aphids from your backyard. The kit comes with a pipette and a watering pad for giving the ladybugs water.
If you receive your ladybug larvae during warmer weather, when temperatures are above 55 degrees, you can experience the excitement of releasing mature ladybugs into the wild. Larvae are available for delivery year-round, so if yours arrive in a colder month, you can keep your fully-grown ladybugs in the habitat for their lifespan. Ladybugs can live for up to a year in the wild, but if you keep them in their habitat, they'll live for about two to three weeks.
Additional mail-in certificates are available for order, so you can reuse Ladybug Land and experience the magic of metamorphosis again and again.
What's in the Box
Ladybug Land observation habitat with magnifying lid and watering pad, pipette, activity guide, full instructions, and mail-in coupon for 15 to 20 ladybug larvae, and food
My 5 year old had a lot of fun hatching her very own pink ladybugs and caring for them.Published 25 days ago by Crystal Gregory
My daughter loves ladybugs and this is a fun way to watch them for a while. We keep buying them at the store because she likes to let them goPublished 1 month ago by Suzanne Drake
I try to redeem the ladybug , but twice I got them with dead bugs, third time I asked for lady bug and I got a voucher. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JIMKO
My 6 year old and I had so much fun watching these little guys grow and hatch.Published 1 month ago by Cindy De Garceau