Mouse

mouseA single mouse will measure three to four inches long and its tail usually measures the same, three to four inches long. Mice are gray and are able to jump an average of 12 inches high. House mice, prefer to live in dark secluded areas, they find these areas to avoid being disturbed.

German Roach

am roachThe German cockroach is the most common roach found in houses in the United States. German Cockroaches are most notably found in the home in bathrooms and kitchens. These roaches mainly stay inside the house and it is very rare the venture outside. They like to stay where there is food, water and places for them to hide.

Silverfish

siverfishThese are mostly found in warm, moist spots. They hide during the day and come out of hiding at night. Silverfish stay inside crevices and cracks and go very far from where they make a home to find food. They mostly eat books, meats and already dead insects that they are able to find. 

Bee

beeBees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, and are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beeswax. Although a bee sting can be deadly to those with allergies, virtually all bee species are non-aggressive if undisturbed

Rat

ratThe “NORWAY RAT” is the most common form of rat in the class of rodents that we deal with. Norway rats have brown fur and sometime have black hairs on their coat. Rats are nocturnal and these rats have very poor vision, they make up for this with a great sense of taste, touch, hearing and smell.

American Roach

germanThe American Cockroach is the most common found insect in homes along with the German Cockroach. These pests travel extremely fast and run when they sense someone enters a room. They usually like to live in moist areas and hide in cracks and crevices, but if they find access to water they survive well in dry areas.

Ticks

tickTicks are ectoparasites (external parasites), living by hematophagy on the blood of mammals, birds, and occasionally reptiles and amphibians. Ticks are vectors of a number of diseases, including Lyme disease, Q fever, tick-borne relapsing fever, as well as anaplasmosis in cattle and canine jaundice.

Termites

temite

Termites are often commonly compared to ants, however they are very distantly related. Termites are known to cause serious structural damage to buildings, crops and forests. They eat and recycle wood to store for future food in their colonies while also building nests inside and around heavily wooden areas.

 

Bed Bugs

bed bugBed Bugs are small insect measureing up to ¼ of an inch in size. Bed bugs are flat, oval insects. Bed Bugs can be found in cracks, crevices, moldings and baseboards. They are most commonly found in apartment complexes, homes and hotels. Bedbugs are NOCTURNAL insects.

Fleas

fleaFleas are parasites that live on the outside of the body. They feed off the HOST causing irritation, itching, blood loss, and other effects. Fleas are generally wingless and bloodsucking. They are of MEDICAL AND VETERINARY IMPORTANCE due to both irritation from flea bites and to their role in transmitting disease agents.

Carpenter Ants

carp antThese ants nest in wood. The carpenter ant is usually black but some of these ants can be red or brown. These ants feed at night and into the early morning. Carpenter Ants are large but most commonly confused with the “Termite Swarmer”

Spiders

spiderThe American house spider is an extremely common spider that is fairly likely to escape notice since it tends to build its tangled web in secluded locations.

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