Yes. Ladybugs enter a state of hibernation (also called diapause) in the winter and fall. They typically hibernate under leaf-mold, rocks, dead plants, or, occasionally, in the siding of houses. They wake up from hibernation when the temperature reaches 13 degrees Celsius (55F).
Ladybugs are some of my favorite bugs! They’re so tiny and harmless. To answer your question, ladybugs spend their winters in hiding places such as buildings or logs and will hiberate together. They become active in the spring.
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