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Summer brought us a rare hatch of ear-piercing cicadas.
There’s nothing rare about what fall is likely to bring: an invasion of quieter, but no less pesky, ladybugs.
Tommy Yankey, Anderson Extension agent for agriculture, issued a warning last week that ladybugs — actually Asian lady beetles — are likely to begin invading homes all across Anderson County as the weather continues to cool.
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