The diagram provides information about the various phases in the life cycle of a lady bird. The second figure illustrates the different body parts of an adult lady bird.

In general,an adult lady bird is a winged insect with distinct body parts. It undergoes four stages in its lifetime from an egg to an adult insect.

Initially, a mature ladybug lays its eggs on a leaf. After two to five days, the egg will give rise to a larva, which is a creature with 3 pairs of legs, a small head and an elongated body. After exactly 21 days, the larva will become a pupa, which is attached to a leaf for about a week. From this point, the pupa will undergo metamorphosis to become an adult lady bird, which will lay eggs in the future to begin the cycle again.

An adult lady bird is a two-eyed insect with a pair of antennae attached on its head. It has a globular abdomen which is approximately four times the size of its head. Attached on the dorsal surface of the insect are two translucent wings, each covered by a dotted structure called Red Elytra. Furthermore, there are 3 legs on either side of the body with the anterior legs containing a bulging structure called Pronotum.

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