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Brown recluse spiders have a characteristic dark brown violin marking on their back. Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal and eat other bugs like cockroaches and crickets. However you still don’t want them around. The bite of the brown widow spider … Continue reading
New Children’s eBook ~ The Uninvited Houseguest The NPMA just released a second free eBook, “The Uninvited House Guest,” in its children’s eBook series. “The Uninvited Houseguest” eBook Download a Copy “The Uninvited Houseguest” is available from any of the … Continue reading
A Hidden Danger in Your Home: Cockroaches Cockroaches are more than just a household nuisance; they are also significant danger in the home. Hulett Environmental warns that cockroaches can pose a health threat to humans by spreading many different types … Continue reading
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Most species of ants are considered ‘nuisance pests,’ meaning that they don’t pose a significant threat to health or property, but are an annoyance when found indoors. In fact, ants are the number one nuisance pest in the United States. … Continue reading
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Protect properties against tawny crazy ants Fire ants have long been a threat in the southern United States, but another aggressive ant species known as the tawny crazy ant is taking over in many areas of the region. These ants … Continue reading
Cold weather brings everyone indoors. Sitting in your living room with a pair of slippers and a blanket wrapped around your shoulders can be a comforting feeling… until a mouse scurries across the floor. Your family may not be the … Continue reading
More on black widows: http://www.pestworld.org/pest-guide/s… Black widow spider bites are less common and more severe than other spider bites. Dr. Parada explains the symptoms in detail.
A Closer look: American Cockroaches (Click on the image below to learn more)
This is a male cicada being dragged off to a burrow by a wasp called a cicada killer; Sphecius spheciosus. Don’t get to see Nature in action like this often!
Although these ants usually nest outside, they will forage indoors in large numbers in cooler temperatures or after rainfall. Inside, crazy ants usually nest underneath floors or carpeting, inside wall voids and soffits. Crazy ants can become a problem when … Continue reading
Hulett Environmental offers the following prevention tips for homeowners to help guard against termites: Carefully inspect the perimeter of the home for mud tubes and rotting wood. Repair fascia, soffits and rotted roof shingles. Keep basements, attics and crawl spaces … Continue reading
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When you hire a GreenPro provider we want to ensure that you receive the best service and have the highest level of confidence that all individuals sent to your home or business have met stringent criteria that go far beyond … Continue reading
UF/IFAS’ Roxanne Connelly urges Florida residents to fight mosquitoes by eliminating standing water Article By tnordlie The UF/IFAS mosquito team has captured headlines yet again, this time with advice on combatting local populations of container-inhabiting mosquitoes. Roxanne Connelly, a professor … Continue reading