Pet owners need to be on the look-out for a hidden threat that can seriously hurt their dogs. A graphic photo of a dog's mouth covered with Asian lady beetles went viral after Hoisington Veterinary Hospital in Kansas warned about the harmful effects. Lindsay Mitchell wrote on Facebook.
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Should we scoff at such sensationalism? Well, the red-tops are mostly correct. Except for the havoc bit.
A quick Google search and you might also find different information. So is any of this true? We set out to verify if this is fact or fiction.
As one of the most recognizable and prevalent insects out there, the ladybug enjoys a fair amount of celebrity. There are more than 6, species of ladybugs, which are found all over the world. In the U.
Outdoors, Asian lady beetles helpfully feed on plant pests like aphids and many others. From September to November, they move indoors to overwinter, crawling along windows and walls. Small cracks around windows and door frames provide entry points.
Alright, does anyone have these little insects crawling around their home right now? I do, I took the picture below earlier today. One might think that these are cute little ladybugs, but with a closer look, they will see that they are actually Asian lady beetles.
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Dorothy is a Master Gardener, former newspaper reporter, and the author of several books. All ladybugs have gluttonous, insatiable appetites for aphids and other insects, and that's a good thing. Some of them, however, can be more of a nuisance than a benefit. The "good" ladybugs are the ones that stay in your garden devouring all the insects that invade your plants, seeking shelter outdoors when the weather is cold; the "bad" ladybugs have the same voracious appetite for aphids and other destructive bugs, but, unfortunately, they like to come indoors when it gets cold.