In summertime the pests are abundant-multiplying like crazy as the weather warms. Here are some of the many summer pests that can become problems. Stinging and Biting Pests: Bees, Wasps, Hornets, Yellow jackets, Scorpions, and certain ants and spiders pack
Watch your pet food. Ants, cockroaches, and other insects, plus rodents and other wild animals may all be feeding on pet food if you leave it outside overnight. Also store bags and boxes of pet food and bird seed in
Carpenter Ants are truly the leading “Home Wreckers” of all the ants. While other ants are content to simply invade your home and eat your food, and sometimes even move their nest indoors, carpenter ants do all these things, and
While Lyme disease is the most common tick-transmitted disease, with 30,000 reported cases a year, ticks continue to be in the news because of the other viruses they transmit. A Kansas man died last year from Bourbon Virus, a new
There is always a new and exciting discovery in the insect world! In Hawaii’s freshwater streams, 14 new species of amphibious caterpillars have been found. While many insect larvae live in streams and lakes these are the first truly amphibious
A survey of 500 allergist show that an overwhelming 97% think that a pest-free home is an important step in preventing asthma and allergy symptoms. The survey of medical professional was conducted by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation Of America.
The Nile monitor, a lizard native to Africa, has been thriving and spreading in various areas of Florida since about 1990. The giant lizard sometimes grows up to 8 feet long. It will eat anything it can catch that is
Scientist were shocked recently to find that two different species of very destructive termites are mating with Asian subterranean termites in south Florida. Currently these hybrid colonies are only in South Florida, because while Formosan termites have spread to 11