7 Super Easy Ways to Get Rid of Asian Beetles

Asian beetle on a branch.

The Asian beetle is just another term used for ladybugs, those tiny red insects with black spots on their backs. Found all over the world, these bugs are typically a welcomed sight in gardens and farms. But not all species of this beetle are beneficial – some are destructive. And even the harmless kind can gather in hundreds near your home when temperatures cool off, waiting to hibernate in your home.Multicolored Asian lady beetles on white background.

There are few reasons to want to get rid of ladybugs, but if you’re dealing with the destructive kind or just don’t want a swarm of these bugs in your home for the winter, we’re going to show you the best ways to get rid of them.

First, let’s take a look at the destructive species of Asian beetles, so you know whether you’re dealing with the harmless or damaging type.

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19 Effective Ways to Get Rid of (& Prevent) Ladybugs Completely

Ladybug sits on a flower petal.

A lady bug on white background.Ladybugs are often called friends of the garden, but these bugs are not always a welcomed site. Some species of ladybirds are destructive, and even the harmless types can invade your home in large numbers, looking for a place to hibernate for the winter.

We’re going to show you how to get rid of these insects once and for all – from both your home and your garden. But first, you need to know how to detect ladybugs, so you can confirm that you have an infestation of them and not some other type of bug.

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20 Ladybug Facts They Didn’t Teach You in School

Ladybug on green leaf.

Flying little cartoon ladybug on the white.The ladybug goes by many names: ladybird, lady cow, lady beetle, mariquitas (ladybugs in Spanish) and lady fly. One of the few insects to be called “cute,” ladybugs can be found in most parts of the world, and they’re symbolic of different things in numerous cultures.

From appearance to habitat, life cycle and potential dangers, we cover everything you need to know about the ladybug in our guide below.

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Yes. Ladybirds are a part of the Coccinellidae family of small beetles, and there are a variety of species of this tiny beetle.

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