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Lady bug 3D Model

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Specifications

  • Geometrypolygonal_quads/tris
  • Polygons5,530
  • Vertices5,762
  • TexturesYes
  • RiggedNo
  • AnimatedNo
  • 3D Printable ReadyNo
  • Game Ready (low poly)No
  • UV MappedYes
  • Unwrapped UVsnon-overlapping

Formats & Files

Maya
(.ma)
4 MB

maya_software
Lady bug.ma
OBJ
(.obj)
4 MB

Lady bug.obj

Description

Coccinellidae are known colloquially as ladybirds (in Britain, Ireland, the Commonwealth, and some parts of the southern United States), ladybugs (originating in North America) or lady cows, among other names.[5] When they need to use a common name, entomologists widely prefer the names ladybird beetles or lady beetles[6] as these insects are not true bugs, The Coccinellidae are a family of small beetles, ranging from 0.8 to 18 mm (0.0315 to 0.708 inches).[3] They are commonly yellow, orange, or scarlet with small black spots on their wing covers, with black legs, heads and antennae.
Oct 20, 2019 date added
Nov 20, 2019 last update

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