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.
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.