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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a ladybug on a white flower with a yellow center. The ladybug is commonly recognized by its small black spots.

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49 Comments
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elijah13
Sep 12, 2019
A pretty puzzle to do.
carolsapple
Apr 7, 2018
Very sweet.
rahrah1820
Dec 31, 2017
Sweet
Eveningstar
Jul 24, 2016
I enjoyed this Jig saw Puzzle:) My Daughter Gina loves ladybugs:) She purchases some once a year from the Nursery near her home:) She will then let them go:)
ginaSalonica
Oct 12, 2015
When I was baptized my godfather gave to the guests a stuffed ladybug and a small bag of sugared almonds as a thank you for attending the ceremony. My mom has kept one in the box of my childhood memories...
nannynoonoo
Oct 12, 2015
How in heaven's name does one stuff a ladybird? unless you mean a toy one.......
trynfindit
Oct 12, 2015
What a lovely tradition, and how sweet of your mom to keep your memories box.
ginaSalonica
Oct 12, 2015
Yes a small toy one of course!!!
my mom has kept many things, even my first doll
JamieT
Oct 12, 2015
I take that in Britain, they are called ladybirds instead of ladybugs.
trynfindit
Oct 13, 2015
Jamie, That's what I understand.
aknan
Oct 13, 2015
Ladybird is actually the correct name of the beetle. Ladybug is used more in the US and I can't explain the reason for it. Unless, perhaps, it's because it's as "cute as a bug"...:>)
JamieT
Oct 14, 2015
That definitely puts President Lyndon Johnson's wife in a whole new light.
bjroche1
May 31, 2016
Thanks for the chuckle Jamie!
dbnc2
Mar 14, 2016
My mystery for today
it is very pretty
shelia61
Oct 14, 2015
Love doing the jigsaw puzzles;
jiggler
Oct 12, 2015
Oh, that's so good! I love ladybirds - and they're good news in the garden (though like so many other creatures they're under threat from us humans and our wretched pesticides) :-(
xyxyxyxx
Oct 12, 2015
I love this one too Jiggler. Thanks C4J.
nlbuchanan
Oct 12, 2015
Amazing, only two people on here called them by their true name "ladybirds"
ichibanvic1
Oct 14, 2015
Hi nlbuchanan, I call them ladybirds in Australia that is all I have known them as. The larvae of ladybirds are good for the garden as they eat aphids. Years ago, when I was much younger, I remember crawling around collecting them for my friend's husband to let loose in his organic garden. :-)
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