|By Guest Blogger Raymond Web
|With the setting of the winter sun, even the bugs and insects seek shelter to keep warm. Unfortunately for home and business owners with beautiful lawns, this becomes an issue since their spaces get invaded by Asian lady beetles, boxelder bugs, cluster flies, stink bugs, ladybugs, boxelder bugs, and many more. These pests cause nuisance with their large populations emerging out of their hiding spaces as soon as they discover some warmth. Overwintering insects also include bees and wasps in winters. The next part of the article will uncover more information on the prevention of these uninvited guests.
|What is Overwintering?
|Overwintering defines the act with which insects, plants and animals, seek shelter inside warmer places during peak winter months. Since this article focuses on insects, overwintering in their lifecycle denotes a time when they search for more conducive spaces for survival during winters when the cold halts their growth and development.
|Types of Overwintering Pests
|Consider this section as an introduction to the variety of overwintering insects you are likely to find lurking in the nooks and crevices in your house. You will encounter them sneaking out when they discover warmer temperatures and determining them becomes crucial to decide the appropriate pest control measure. These include: