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Clients soon may be calling about lady beetles congregating on the sides of homes and infesting buildings. This phenomenon has become an all-too-common autumn event throughout Kentucky and much of the United States.
The culprit is the Asian lady beetle, Harmonia axyridis, in search of protected places to spend the winter.
In Kentucky, movement into buildings typically begins in mid-October, continuing through mid-November.
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