Asian lady beetle

The Asian Lady Beetle is a species of Ladybug that was introduced into North America to eat affidavits. These helpful bugs are good for the garden. The problem is that humans tend to think of them as pests and destroy them with pesticide. They have a pair of wings that is hidden under its shell. It is light enough to fly, but it is not a good at seeing because like all bugs they have compound eyes, so they can not really see clearly or straight. There is one down side of this animal, despite the helpful uses of this lady beetle it tends to reproduced at great length when it gets warm and there is few animals that eat lady beetles. The Asian Lady Beetle comes in various colors other than red. Their defense is to bite a predator or it will flay away.