A killer ladybird has landed in the UK and could wipe out our native bugs. The bigger beetle is set to eat their food - and them if they're still peckish.
The Harlequin ladybird is an Asian species of ladybird that was introduced into North America 25 years ago to fight aphids that were harming crops.
Now it's found its way over here and has been spotted in an Essex garden.
Bug expert Dr Majerus said: "This is without doubt the ladybird I have least wanted to see here."