Asian Lady Beetle News
from WELLS PEST CONTROL:
The beetle is native to Asia, where it dwells in trees and fields, preying on aphids and scale insects.
Adult Asian lady beetles are oval, convex, and about 1/4-inch long. Their color can vary widely from tan to orange to red. They often have several black spots on the wing covers, although on some beetles the spots may be indistinct or entirely absent.
Most beetles have a small, dark "M" or "W"-shaped marking on the whitish area behind the head.
As autumn approaches, the adult beetles leave their summer feeding sites in yards, fields and forests for protected places to spend the winter. Unfortunately, homes and buildings are one such location.
Beetle flights are heaviest on sunny days following a period of cooler weather, when temperatures return to at least the mid-60s.
Unlike some household pests (e.g., fleas and cockroaches), they do not reproduce indoors -- those appearing in late winter/early spring are the same individuals that entered the previous fall.
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