Ladybug invasion hits Tennessee

By The Christian Science Monitor
Friday, November 1, 2013 8:17 EDT
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Ladybugs swarming houses in autumn is not a new phenomenon. But this year’s swarms of uninvited Coccinellidae family members are especially large in Tennessee. “We have perfect weather conditions, and a large food population,” David Cook, an entomologist…

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