Seven-spot ladybirds in Britain in decline

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The most common species of the ladybird in Britain is in decline, according to research from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.

It is thought the cool weather has contributed to the decrease of numbers of the seven-spot ladybird.

Graham Satchell reports.

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