These ARE actually the ones I get every winter -- they come in, congragate in corners, and slowly die off, though I guess some go out in the spring.
Mine couldn't die off quickly enough. LOL. And there're always more.
Oh yes. I think they come in to reproduce, so we'll always get more. I read somewhere that once they get into a home, they always come back.
I read somewhere that once they get into a home, they always come back.
In the meantime, in the Sweetpea household, we just hatched a mantis ootheca and have a jar of fruit flies to feed the two surviving nymphs, lol.
That's cool. You've got to post some pics!
@GabeU, I thought you might be interested in this document about how to build a trap for Asian lady beetles: https://www.ars.usda.gov/ARSUserFiles/oc/br/lbeetle/001030.trap.pdf
I appreciate the info. Looks interesting.