Bedbugs are small, reddish-brown parasitic insects that bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and animals to feed on their blood.
Silverfish get their name from their appearance and fish like movements. Also known as bristletails, because of their bristly appendages on the rear of their bodies. These insects are commonly found throughout the US and are typically seen in moist, humid areas like bathrooms, basements, and attics.
Mosquitos are members of a group of almost 3,600 species of small flies within the family Culicidae. Mosquitos have a slender segmented body, one pair of wings, one pair of halteres, three pairs of long legs, and elongated mouthparts. Mosquitos feed exclusively on blood and are known to spread a variety disease.
Flies are often abundant and are found in almost all terrestrial habitats in the world. They include many familiar insects such as house flies, blow flies, mosquitos, gnats, and fruit flies. With more than 150,000 species, it’s very likely that you have encountered these buzzing pests before.
Ants are common insects. With more than 10,000 known species around the world, it’s not surprising that sometimes they end up in our homes. In every colony there are three kinds of ant. The queen, the female workers, and the male workers.
Thousands of different species of spiders have been found throughout the planet. They belong to the arachnid family and have eight legs, two body segments, and three or four pairs of eyes. Some spiders are venomous and need to be treated with care.