23Jun/16

Mice

Information and Facts About the House Mouse The house mouse is a small rodent that lives in the habitations of humans. Unlike the rat, a house mouse is very small and doesRead More…

23Jun/16

House Centipide

Scutigera coleoptrata Centipedes, Class Chilopoda Centipedes are elongated, flattened arthropods with numerous legs – one pair per body segment. They are predaceous on many different arthropods including insects. Although all centipedes haveRead More…

23Jun/16

Deer Mouse

Scientific name: Peromyscus maniculatus Common name: Deer Mouse (Information in this Species Page was compiled by Amy Wiester in Biology 220W, Spring 2003, at Penn State New Kensington) The deer mouse (PeromyscusRead More…

22Jun/16

Black Carpet Beetle

Black Carpet Beetle Attagenus unicolor (F) The black carpet beetle is a common carpet beetle in Saskatchewan. The larvae eat almost any type of animal product such as leather, wool, silk, feathers,Read More…

22Jun/16

Carpenter Ants

Camponotus pennsylvanicus (DeGeer) The black carpenter ant is a common invader of homes in the northeastern United States and. In their natural habitat, carpenter ants ad in the decomposition of dead, decayingRead More…

22Jun/16

Bees

While bees are a necessary part of our agricultural system, you probably don’t want them buzzing around you and your family. Learn how to get rid of bees. Bees are pollinators andRead More…

22Jun/16

Bed Bugs

Customer Preparation Checklist For The Control Of Bed Bugs ->Download Checklist Cimex lectularius L. All members of the bed bug family feed on the blood of birds or mammals. The bed bug,Read More…

21Jun/16

German Cockroach

Customer Preparation Checklist For The Control Of Cockroaches ->Download Checklist Blatella germanica (L.) Cockroaches are among the most common of insects. Fossil evidence indicates that cockroaches have been on earth for overRead More…

21Jun/16

Fire Ants

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fire ant is the common name for several species of ants in the genus Solenopsis. They are, however, only a minority in the genus, which includes overRead More…