Category Archives: Crawling Insects

QUESTION: Where do bugs go in winter? ANSWER: Insects can adapt to survive many different climates and changes in weather conditions.  Insects will go through behavioral and/or physiological changes to adapt to cold temperatures and increase their chances of survival … Continue reading

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What just moved out of the corner of your eye…? A small, flat, grey/black bug that maybe looks like a tiny armadillo? This is likely a sow bug! Sow bugs are actually crustaceans, which have segmented body plates, 7 pairs … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung and the arachnid world is coming out of its sleepy hibernation sites or emerging from the egg sacs laid last year. All spiders are venomous but most spiders are harmless to humans. 93% of consumers fear insects … Continue reading

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In the house there can be many fabric/paper pests causing damage and unsightly conditions in all areas of your home. Silverfish hide during the day, hiding in cracks and tight crevasses. They can be found almost anywhere in the home … Continue reading

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There are several different types of carpet beetles found in the home. Most people find the fuzzy looking larvae in or on their carpets, clothing or wood floored areas before you find the adults. Depending on the type of carpet … Continue reading

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