Ladybugs are small beetles of 1 – 12 mm. These are avian insects that are hemispherical with a strong red or yellow color. The different species are characterized by a varying number of black dots on the shield. When we see ladybugs on the beach, it is often in the so-called “ladybirds” where climate and food conditions have been good. When they gather at the beaches, it is because in their search for food they roam widely when there is no food, right where they hatch the tits. They do not fly over open water and therefore they accumulate along the coasts.
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When the ladybug bites you, it is because it is thirsty, and likes to bite in plants after liquid. Since in the summer there are often more people than plants on the beach, they try on the people who are staying on the beach.