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As the days get shorter and nighttime temperatures drop, many people are starting to notice Asian ladybugs aggregating in or on their homes. While ladybugs are usually considered beneficial in the garden because they eat insect pests like aphids, they can be a nuisance in the fall when they invade buildings. Some insects accidentally make their way indoors and can be found crawling around windows, walls and ceilings. Fortunately, they are not dangerous to people, pets or the structure of the home and do not breed or lay eggs inside of buildings. Asian ladybugs were introduced to the United States from Asia. Some were purposefully released as a biological control for agricultural pests.
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Asian lady beetles
Asian Lady Beetle
Large numbers of lady beetles ladybugs infesting homes and buildings in the United States were first reported in the early s. Ladybugs normally are considered beneficial since they live outdoors and feed on plant pests. Once inside they crawl about on windows, walls, attics, etc. In many areas of the U.
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Asian Lady Beetle Infestation of Structures
Multicolored Asian lady beetle, Harmonia axyridis Pallas is also known as Asian lady beetle, Halloween lady beetle, and Japanese lady beetle. Larvae are blue to black with two orange stripes, and rows of small, spines on their bodies. Multicolored Asian lady beetles can be a nuisance when they occur in large numbers inside homes. Asian lady beetles are common in wooded areas, agriculture fields and home gardens.
The Asian lady beetle is an invasive species and is even a threat to its more benign indigenous ladybug cousin. Asian lady beetles were brought into the United States in large numbers in the s to protect orchards from destructive insects, aphids in particular. They then headed north, reaching Canada. Asian lady beetles are now found on both shores of the St.