Are Orange Ladybugs Poisonous?

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Orange ladybugs are not poisonous to humans. They are useful in controlling aphid populations that can be detrimental to vegetation. They can be a nuisance when they enter houses in the fall, seeking warmth because the release an obnoxious odor when squashed.
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Red with yellow polka dots. I'm not sure is there is poisonous Ladybugs but there are Japanese beetles that bite (they're orange) Actually I am 99.9% that they are orange with yellow
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Ladybugs aren't poisonous to humans, but red and orange ladybugs might be
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What you are seeing are not American Species of lady bugs, they are an invasive species, brought from asia, called Asian Lady Beetles{Harmonia axyridis} and they have no natural predators
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