Lost Ladybug Project Turns Kids Into Scientists Calling all kids! Cornell University wants you to find and photograph ladybugs. John Losey, a professor of entomology at Cornell University, hopes children will help document ladybug populations around the country. Some native species are dwindling, while exotics are on the rise.
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Lost Ladybug Project Turns Kids Into Scientists

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Lost Ladybug Project Turns Kids Into Scientists

Lost Ladybug Project Turns Kids Into Scientists

Lost Ladybug Project Turns Kids Into Scientists

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Calling all kids! Cornell University wants you to find and photograph ladybugs. John Losey, a professor of entomology at Cornell University, hopes children will help document ladybug populations around the country. Some native species are dwindling, while exotics are on the rise.

To participate in the project, go to the Lost Ladybug Project Web site or send an e-mail to ladybug@cornell.edu.