I still have my Ladybug Corpse Hut on my desk because I’m lazy that way. I was trying to decide how I was going to get all the dead ladybugs through the tiny hole in the top. Originally I had considered flooding it, shaking it vigorously and then emptying it out. What I finally settled on was prying the ladybug husks of the side with the water dropper, turning it upside down, and then shaking it until everything came out.
Thank goodness I’m lazy though, because look what I spied out of the corner of my eye this afternoon:
Shortly after I noticed that guy, and while I was frantically soaking a raisin in order to feed him, I saw this guy:
Guess what? There were FIVE ladybugs alive and waltzing around in there. Well, they weren’t waltzing until I reinvigorated them with water and soggy raisins, but before I knew it, they were charging all over the habitat. As I type, three of them are dining on delicious raisins.
Also? I’ve raised Zombie Ladybugs.
Disclosure: This habitat was sent to me free for review purposes by Insect Lore. However, the new set of larvae that I ordered after I thought I committed ladybugicide, I paid for myself.