A new study says there’s a reason to be wary of flying insects.
A new study released Tuesday says a female ladybird is the most dangerous of the flying insects to your overall health, and that’s because of a toxic bite.
The study, published in the journal BMC Parasites and Vectors, found that a female larva of the western ladybird (Ladybugae) can cause severe disease and death to humans in the wild.
Researchers say the species is highly dangerous because of its tendency to bite people and other insects.
A ladybird larvae can cause acute illness, severe disease, and death in humans.
The larva is typically about 2.5 centimeters (1.6 inches) long, but can grow up to 4 centimeters (2.4 inches) and weigh as much as 4.5 kilograms (10 pounds).
Researchers say this can cause serious health problems, including paralysis, paralysis-like symptoms, respiratory failure, and neurological damage.
The ladybird was first reported in northern Australia in 2012, but the exact species is unknown.