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Hornets on Your Property

Hornets on Your Property

Basic Identifiers: Hornets are of a subgroup of wasp. With similar skin and wings, but hornets have a slightly larger waist and similar skin and wings. They tend to have a reddish-brown head and thorax. Normally hornets won’t be found around sweet nectar, saps, or...
Crickets in the Home

Crickets in the Home

Basic Identifiers Crickets are yellowish-brown in color, with 3 dark bands on an antennaed head. They have 6 legs, are winged, and are usually 3/4 – 7/8” long. Nymph crickets are wingless, but look fairly similar to the adult cricket.   How Do I Know if I Have...
Earwigs in the Home

Earwigs in the Home

  Basic Identifiers: Earwigs are funny looking creatures with two pincers jutting out from their abdomen. They are slender, with two pairs of wings. Earwigs range in varying sizes, from 5-25 mm in size. Though they may look a bit intimidating, they are not...
Beetles in the Home

Beetles in the Home

What do they look like? Beetles come in a variety of different sizes, shapes, and colors. For example, the June beetle (more commonly known as June bugs) and lady beetle have an oval/rounder shape. The click beetle is long and slender. Some beetles even have...
House Flies in the Home

House Flies in the Home

Basic identifiers: House flies are mostly iridescent and grey, and can be 4 to 7.5 mm long. On their body they have four black stripes on their thorax, and are covered in small hairs. Their eyes are extremely complex with thousands of individual lenses. Why do I have...