With over 450 Ladybug species found in North America, several other varieties were released deliberately in the United States for the purpose of pest control. The Asian varieties essentially live on trees and feed on aphids. These insects have a high prolific rate and have a life term of up to 3 years. A number of releases towards the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s in Ga, Byron and other areas by the USDA, the population of Ladybugs saw a massive increase. These insects are now found commonly all over the country.
Ladybugs are generally considered as natural pest control as opposed to themselves being called pests. They feed on the larvae of many garden pests, thereby controlling infestation. However, the garden queen serves best in the garden and becomes a nuisance when it enters home. When Ladybugs start seeking shelter inside your home, they no longer remain pest controllers and become pests themselves. You can seek the professional services offered by Aerex to get rid of the nuisance. The licensed and state certified applicators will provide you professional aid with their thorough knowledge of the insect habits and behaviors.