Lady Asian Beetle Pest Control
LADY ASIAN BEETLES
Commonly mistaken for ladybugs, Asian Beetles are common here in the Midwest and can be a huge nuisance during the colder months. These "orange ladybugs" gather on west-facing walls and will follow the sunlight throughout the day to stay warm. When the temperature drops at night, they'll crawl through small cracks and crevices to shelter indoors. Unlike native ladybugs, when the temperature plummets in fall and winter, Asian beetles will gather in large numbers and attempt to move inside.
Similar to box elder bugs, Asian beetles will excrete a yellow liquid when crushed or agitated, staining fabric or walls. If they get inside, your only solution is to vacuum them up until they leave for the summer. If not handled professionally, this can be a recurring problem that will slowly ruin your carpet, curtains, and other expensive fabrics. Prevention in autumn is key to keeping Asian beetles out of your home. Get reliable pest protection from The Bee Guy.