what are they called and should i get rid of them?
It could be a harlequin ladybird. Check the first link below to identify it. If so, you may consider removing them, as they can stain soft furnishings (when they exude reflex blood), bite humans (potentially triggering allergic reactions), and damage soft fruit by sucking out all of the juice.
THANKS BUT IT’S DEFINITELY NOT A HARLEQUIN LADYBIRD. IT IS BIGGER WITH 6 LONG LEGS, VERY SMALL ORANGY MARKINGS ON BACK, SPIDER LIKE WITH TWO FEELERS AT FRONT. LIKES MY LILLIES. THANKS ANY WAY.
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