Wow. Usually they are a nuisance late in the fall when they are trying to find a place to winter over. The second year in out present house, we had hundreds of them. My wife wanted to kill them but I told her to let them be. They don't eat wood. They eventually disappeared by Christmas. Since that year we haven't seen them at all.
Maybe the ladybugs are emerging for the spring and will soon vacate?
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