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Learning Carpets ABC Rainbow Puzzle Rug - Oval Small


Learning Carpets ABC Rainbow Puzzle Rug - Oval Small



Learning Carpets is proud to combine learning and playing in a superb line of award-winning toys and quality educational play carpets. Our attention to the design, details and durability translates into a lifetime of precious childhood memories. Our play carpets are the highest quality available! Furthermore; Your students will love our NEW extra-thick, plush Cut Pile Rugs. We guarantee that your classroom will never look better. Our educational rugs also make exceptional daycare rugs and classroom rugs. Maintaining the highest standards has resulted in our line receiving several highly regarded awards, as well as the respect of our industry. Key to this level of accomplishment is adhering to the strictest of safety standards, ensuring that our products are completely non-toxic and non-allergenic. Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet puzzle-shaped stripes form a virtual rainbow on this brightly hued carpet.










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Lieveheersbeestjes




Lieveheersbeestjes





Lieveheersbeestjes zijn kevers (Coleoptera). Een kever is pas een lieveheersbeestje (Coccinella) als het een platte buik heeft en als zijn rug, borst en kop samen bijna een half bolletje vormen, van opzij gezien. Een lieveheersbeestje is tussen de 5 en 9 millimeter groot.
Er leven in Nederland zo'n 60 verschillende soorten lieveheersbeestjes. Een aantal daarvan zijn heel gewoon en komen veel voor, maar er zijn ook soorten die zeldzaam zijn, die vind je pas na goed zoeken. Het meest voorkomende lieveheersbeestje in Nederland is het zevenstippelige. Dit lieveheersbeestje heeft op elk van z'n twee dekschilden 3 en een halve stip. Die beide halve stippen vormen tezamen de zevende stip.

De stippen van het lieveheersbeestje hebben niets met de leeftijd te maken, het geeft de soort aan.

De lieveheersbeestjes eten voornamelijk bladluizen en daarom worden ze in de glasteelt ook gebruikt om bij de bestrijding van een luizenplaag. Een volwassen lieveheersbeestje lust per dag zo'n 100 bladluizen. Dat zijn er ruim 3.000 per maand. Dat de bladluis desondanks toch niet is uitgestorven hangt samen met de temperatuur. Als er in een koud voorjaar weinig bladluizen zijn, dan komen er ook minder volgroeide larven van lieveheersbeestjes. Als het warm wordt en de bladluis ontwikkelt zich, dan zijn er nog te weinig gestippelde kevers om ze massaal op te eten.



Er zijn ook soorten lieveheersbeestjes die van plantenschimmels leven en er zijn zelfs een paar vegetarische soorten.

In het najaar verzamelen de lieveheersbeestjes zich voor de winterslaap in kleine groepjes. Voornamelijk omdat overwinteringsplekken schaars zijn. (Denk hierbij ook aan vereiste luchtvochtigheid en temperatuur). De lieveheersbeestjes brengen de winter door onder een pak bladeren, een half vergane boomstronk of iets dergelijks. Hier vinden ze bescherming tegen de winterkou.
Er is een generatie per jaar, maar de volwassenen leven lang, in de zomer maanden zijn dus alle soorten, net volwassenen, larven, en lang volwassenen, aanwezig.
Zodra de zon in het voorjaar warm genoeg wordt komen ze massaal weer te voorschijn. Je kunt de lieveheersbeestjes vooral vinden tussen april en september. Ze zijn meestal te vinden in rozenstruiken, distels, lupines en (brand)netels.

Coccinella septempunctata
(Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
Sevenspotted Lady Beetle
The sevenspotted lady beetle, repeatedly introduced to North America from Europe for the biological control of aphids, was established in the early 1970s in New Jersey, apparently from an accidental introduction. It has since spread naturally or been introduced to many northeastern and north central states. C. septempunctata may be a more effective predator than some native lady beetle species, displacing them in some areas.



Appearance
Comparatively large (7-8 mm) with a white or pale spot on either side of the head. The body is oval, and has a domed shape. The spot pattern is usually 1-4-2, black on the orange or red forewings. Lady beetle larvae are dark and alligator-like with three pairs of prominent legs, growing to 7-8 mm in length. Eggs are spindle shaped and small, about 1 mm long.

Habitat (Crops)
Aphid infested crops, including potatoes, legumes, sweet corn, alfalfa, wheat, sorghum, and pecans.

Pests Attacked
Reported prey include pea, cowpea, green peach, potato, corn leaf, melon aphids, and greenbug.

Life Cycle
Adults overwinter in protected sites near the fields where they fed and reproduced. In spring, emerging beetles feed on aphids before laying eggs. Females may lay from 200 to more than 1,000 eggs over a one to three month period commencing in spring or early summer. Eggs are usually deposited near prey such as aphids, often in small clusters in protected sites on leaves and stems. The eggs are small (about 1 mm) and spindle-shaped.

C. septempunctata larvae grow from about 1 mm to 4-7 mm in length over a 10 to 30 day period depending on the supply of aphids. Large larvae may travel up to 12 m in search of prey. A second generation may appear about a month later. The pupal stage may last from three to 12 days depending on the temperature.

In the northeastern United States, there are one to two generations per year before the adults enter winter hibernation. Development from egg to adult may take only two to three weeks, and adults, most abundant in mid- to late summer, live for weeks or months, depending on the location, availability of prey, and time of year.

Conservation
C. septempunctata is spreading to new areas each season. Conservation can best be accomplished by following integrated pest management guidelines as outlined in the tutorial of this guide.

Pesticide Susceptibility
Tolerance to some pesticides at recommended application rates is likely. Overwintering adults may be less susceptible than active adults and larvae.


















A new rug in the making...




A new rug in the making...





I'm making this rug as a Christmas gift...not sure exactly what shape I'm going to make it yet, either round or oval, and I'm not sure if I'll need all 12 skeins of yarn. We'll see how it goes! But I'm using Red Heart Eco-Ways Recycled Blend yarn in 4 different colors, Asparagus, Fern, Dark Indigo, and Bark. I'm using a Susan Bates French Knitter, size small. I've found that spool knitters with only 4 pegs work the best for rugs, and the smaller the better.









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