Asian beetles lady bugs
The multicolored Asian lady beetle Harmonia axyridis , has become common throughout the United States and all of Iowa. It is well known for the annoying habit of accumulating on the sides of buildings and wandering indoors during the fall. Asian lady beetles are a beneficial biological control in trees during the summer, and in fields and gardens during the fall, but can be a severe household nuisance during late fall and winter. Wooded residential and industrial areas are especially prone to problems.
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Lady Bugs & Asian Lady Beetles
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It was first released as a biological control for mites, aphids and other pests during the s. By the mid s it was well on its way to becoming a beneficial insect and a pest at the same time. This is what they do for most of the year. While feeding on all these pests, they're also increasing in numbers. It's when the weather begins to cool these very beneficial insects become a nuisance. Many of our native ladybugs will gather in large numbers to wait out the winter season. However, unlike our native species, Multicolored Asian Lady Beetles will use light colored structures including our homes to overwinter in.
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Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle (Ladybug)
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Skip to content Skip to navigation. A native of eastern Asia, the multicolored Asian lady beetle, Harmonia axyridi s, was introduced into the United States by the U. Department of Agriculture as a biological control agent. This tree dwelling beetle, of the family Coccinellidae, is an important predator of aphids and scale insects.
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