Oh thats a horrid topic title, I'm sorry.... so yah, spring break I spent my time avoiding the swarms of lady bird beetles that awoke from hybrenation in the walls. It's never as bad in the spring as it is in the fall, but it came close this year. The interesting part however, is the feast they gave my plants. Now I honestly have no idea what possesses a carniviours insect to enter traps, but these things did in droves. It's so funny to look at my sarr with their early leaf/trap things wedged full of lady bugs so they look just like giant peapods, lol! Has anyone else found ladybugs to be easy victums of their plants or are the ones in my house just extra stupid?