Cockroaches

Cockroaches

These widely known group of insects generally medium to large in size, have a flattened oval appearance when viewed from above . They have long slender thread like antennae and legs well suited for running.

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rat

Rodents

Throughout history rats and mice have been responsible for enormous losses of food and due to their ability of transmitting diseases to humans, enormous losses of human life.

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Fleas

Fleas are external parasites of mammals and the female flea is capable of producing up to four eggs after each blood meal. Fleas are annoying and irritating in the home where, particularly climate conditions favourable, they can create huge populations.

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Wasps

Although all wasps have the ability to sting people, they generally only use their sting to paralyse or kill their prey. However it is important to note that wasps will attack to defend their nests when intruded upon.

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Silverfish

In their natural habitat, silverfish live under bark and in soil, leaf litter and rotting logs. Being nocturnal, they mostly hide during the day, becoming more active at night when they seek food. They have an average lifespan of up to four years.

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Ants

Ants are social insects that live in more or less permanent nests. Colony sizes vary enormously and are mostly located in soil, wood and amongst rocks

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Spiders

Spiders belong to a class called Arachnida. Spiders have 8 jointed legs and their bodies are divided into 2 sections: cephalothoraxes and abdomen.

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Bees

Bees are most active during the warmer months of the year, from early spring to late summer. They invade buildings in order to establish new colonies and to shelter.

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Bed Bugs

All life stages of the bed bug, exclusive of the egg, are obligate blood feeders preferably to the human but if unable to reach the human, bedbugs will feed of warm blooded animals such as birds, rodents and pet.

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Bird Mites

The infestation of the bird mites begins as the birds begin to build their nest and after the babies have left the nest as this then leaves the bird mites often many thousands of them with no host or food.

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Carpet Beetle

Carpet beetles are widely known for the damage they may cause to a variety of materials of animal origin. The presence of flying or crawling adult carpet beetles may indicate the presence of an infestation

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Meal Moth

Meal moths attack mostly moist or out of date grain and grain products. They have also been known to attack damp straw and other materials of vegetable origin

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Termites

Termites, usually called “White Ants” do not truly resemble a true ant apart from their social habitat of living in colonies. Termites live in colonies, which are a collection of different individuals with specific functions or tasks.

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