Amazon with Bug Sales has 1,500 Live Ladybugs for $3.25 + $5.65 shipping = $8.90 shipped. Sells for $20+ elsewhere. Can be used as natural pest control or art installations and includes a Ladybug Life Cycle poster.

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    PsychomaInc Ben's cred: 18
    Posted 5:58 pm PST 11/21/14

    Hhmmmm...to release into the garden or to a neighbors house I don't like.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3859
    Posted 6:17 pm PST 11/21/14

    For those who don't realize the timeliness of this deal, a common problem when one brings in outdoor plants to overwinter them is lack of natural predators inside so there is often an explosion of aphids or whiteflies that need dealt with.

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    utharay Ben's cred: 28
    Posted 6:20 pm PST 11/21/14

    Good point - if not 1500 I guarantee you there are atleast 150 - too many to have inside your house!

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    suednim Ben's cred: 180
    Posted 6:33 pm PST 11/21/14

    Yum. Just in time for Thanksgiving.

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    Solow Ben's cred: 654
    Posted 7:00 pm PST 11/21/14

    Isn't ladybug trading illegal in most countries?

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    markas.alan Ben's cred: 22
    Posted 7:12 pm PST 11/21/14

    Does anyone else just want these for the hell of it? Just to release them inside to have 1500 new friends around. I guess I'm meant to live in a jungle.

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    cvbn Ben's cred: 132
    Posted 7:47 pm PST 11/21/14

    winter will kill them off

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    Toby Ben's cred: 80
    Posted 7:49 pm PST 11/21/14

    Are they made in China?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3859
    Posted 7:56 pm PST 11/21/14

    Keep in mind that stepping on them may cause stains if they haven't dried out yet after death.

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    jesse008 Ben's cred: 49
    Posted 10:50 pm PST 11/21/14

    I went for this deal last time it was around (it's been on here a few times). I released mine into the garden. after the first few hours they began to leave the area and off they went into the sky, never to be seen again. So, if they want to stick around, they will. Or if you have enough food for them (ie aphids and other bugs). Otherwise into the wild they go.

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    mimimia3 Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 12:39 am PST 11/22/14

    Had so many in my area no need to buy any.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3859
    Posted 1:02 am PST 11/22/14

    ^ When? The point is having them now, not in spring.

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    utharay Ben's cred: 28
    Posted 4:55 am PST 11/22/14

    I have sprayed my perimeter with Talstar if winter does not kill them Bifenthrin will - bring them on!

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    Solow Ben's cred: 654
    Posted 6:40 am PST 11/22/14

    markas.alan wrote:
    Does anyone else just want these for the hell of it? Just to release them inside to have 1500 new friends around. I guess I'm meant to live in a jungle.


    Sadly, yes. We members at BB are a lonely bunch.

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 802
    Posted 11:39 am PST 11/22/14

    Just because they're lady bugs, doesn't mean they're ladies.

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    Solow Ben's cred: 654
    Posted 11:49 am PST 11/22/14

    jesse008 wrote:
    I went for this deal last time it was around (it's been on here a few times). I released mine into the garden. after the first few hours they began to leave the area and off they went into the sky, never to be seen again. So, if they want to stick around, they will. Or if you have enough food for them (ie aphids and other bugs). Otherwise into the wild they go.


    In all seriousness, they do have an excellent garden use. My question would be where are you taking them from?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3859
    Posted 11:55 am PST 11/22/14

    Yeah, insects are hard to domesticate.

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 802
    Posted 2:00 pm PST 11/22/14

    jesse008 wrote:
    I went for this deal last time it was around (it's been on here a few times). I released mine into the garden. after the first few hours they began to leave the area and off they went into the sky, never to be seen again. So, if they want to stick around, they will. Or if you have enough food for them (ie aphids and other bugs). Otherwise into the wild they go.


    I think there is another deal that sells you 1.5m aphids and other bugs to keep these guys around. Keep looking

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    areader17 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 5:25 pm PST 11/24/14

    Ladybugs are not, repeat not, the invasive annoying Asian lady beetles that swarm and bite. The invasive ones are erroneously called ladybugs. The ladybugs for sale are rather endangered, they eat bugs and do not plague you inside your home. Ladybugs have about seven spots compared with the more numerous spots on Asian lady beetles. They are also a friendlier shade of orange. Look in older children's picture books or at diffen bacon to see a comparison. The idea of buying ladybugs in quantity is to reintroduce them and force out the invasive Asian lady beetle. The hard part is to keep most of them for yourself. The true ladybug is usually seen (when it is seen at all nowadays) all alone, one at a time, hardly ever in a group. They are slow-moving and rather sweet, for what it's worth. Our local cooperative extension sells them and is encouraging people to introduce them to their yards.

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    Vash Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 11:45 pm PST 11/24/14

    Won't they just die because it's winter? I would want them to eat the saw flies on my knockout roses, but they swarm in the springtime.

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