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Silverfish

Carry no diseases and are small wingless insects that typically live 2 to 8 years.They are nocturnal (night time) insects that eat / damage book bindings, paper, sugar, hair, carpet, and more.

Silverfish

Flies

Are typically a nuisance pest, but have the potential to harm humans and animals. Flies can spread diseases such as food poisoning and dysentery.

Flies

Bed Bugs

Are small, elusive, parasitic insects that live by feeding exclusively on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded animals. Bed bugs, though not strictly nocturnal, are mainly active at night and are capable of feeding unnoticed on their hosts.

Bed Bugs

Cockroaches

These pest crawl through dirty areas and then walk around our homes tracking in lots of bacteria and germs. They can contaminate food by shedding their skin. Their cast off skin and waste byproducts are allergens that can trigger allergic reactions, asthma, and other illnesses, especially in children. Cockroaches typically live in warm , dark, wet places, because they need to be near water. They are often found in sewers, pipes, and drains.

Cockroaches

Bees

Although a bee sting can be deadly to those with allergies, virtually all bee species are non-aggressive if undisturbed. Some stings may cause serious medical problems and even death. Not all bees sting.

Bees

Wasps

Because many of these species live in colonies, if one stings you, you may be stung by many. Although most stings cause only minor medical problems, some stings may cause serious medical problems and even death. Not all wasps sting.

Wasps

Mosquitos

There are about 3,500 species of mosquitoes found throughout the world. In some species of mosquito, the females feed on humans, and are therefore vectors for a number of infectious diseases affecting millions of people per year. While males typically feed on nectar and plant juices, the female needs to obtain nutrients from a "blood meal" before she can produce eggs.

Mosquitos

Ants

Carpenter ants don't carry diseases, but when building a nest inside your home, they dig smooth tunnels inside the wood. These tunnels weaken the wood and potentially damage the wood that keeps the house standing. Ants will eat almost anything, including insects, grease, seeds, honeydew, bread, meats, and nuts. The life expectancy of an ant is 45-60 days.

Ants

Spiders

The bites of most spiders are non-toxic to humans. St. Andrew's spider is usually found in gardens and around the home. Some spider bites can be fatal if not treated immediately.

Spiders

Fleas

Fleas are a nuisance to their host, causing an itching sensation to both cats and dogs. Fleas can also act as a vector for disease. Fleas can transmit a variety of viral, bacterial, and rickettsial diseases to humans and other animals. Fleas have helped cause epidemics by transmitting the bubonic plague between rodents and people.

Fleas

Ticks

Are blood feeding parasites that are often found in tall grass where they will wait to attach to a passing host. Ticks are vectors of a number of diseases, such as Lyme disease, Q fever, and others. Ticks are typically found on dogs and cats.

Ticks

Rodents

Are some of the most troublesome and damaging pests in the United States. They consume and contaminate food. They transmit parasites and diseases to other animals and humans. Rats can be found in attics, walls, false ceilings, and cabinets. Those most commonly encountered are Roof Rats and Norway Rats.

Rodents