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Argentine Antsare attracted to electrical currents and cause damage to air conditioners, telephone wires, pumps, etc and have

Argentine Ants are attracted to electrical currents and cause damage to air conditioners, telephone wires, pumps, etc and have been known to cause many fires.

Acrobat Ants, like the ant, may invade the home for food (sweets and meat). Workers are about 1/8 to 1/4 inch long. They

Acrobat Ants, like the ant, may invade the home for food (sweets and meat). Workers are about 1/8 to 1/4 inch long. They are light brownish yellow and are recognized by a heart shaped abdomen, flattened on the upper service and curved below. They have 2 nodes and a pair of spines on the thorax.

Carpenter Ants do not eat wood but they remove quantities of it to expand their nest size which sometimes causes structural dama

Carpenter Ants do not eat wood but they remove quantities of it to expand their nest size which sometimes causes structural damage. The wingless queens measure 5/8 inch, winged queens 3/4 inch, large major workers 1/2 inch & small minor workers 1/4 inch. Workers have some brown on them, while queens are black. Workers have large heads and a small thorax and adult swarmers have smaller heads and large thorax.

Ants feed on honey, syrup, juices, soft drinks, and greases. The workers are very small about 1/16 inch long, light yell

Ants feed on honey, syrup, juices, soft drinks, and greases. The workers are very small about 1/16 inch long, light yellow to reddish-brown colored with the hind portion of the abdomen somewhat darker. The ant has two nodes and the thorax is spineless. These ants are found normally in kitchens & bathrooms. If you have them don't spray or squash them because they will multiply.

Brown Recluse is a venomous spider. It is brown in color and has a violin-shaped object on it's thorax. If you have been bitten

Brown Recluse is a venomous spider. It is brown in color and has a violin-shaped object on it's thorax. If you have been bitten by one of these spiders seek medical attention immediately.

Black Widows are shiny black with a red hourglass marking the bottom of the abdomen. The hourglass markings have been noticed to

Black Widows are shiny black with a red hourglass marking the bottom of the abdomen. The hourglass markings have been noticed to be white-yellow in color on some. The black widow spider is known for it's neurotoxic venom. The initial bite can be painless but pain will start between 15 and 60 minutes after the bite. If you have been bitten by one of these, seek medical attention immediately.

Subterranean Termites live in colonies in the ground; they build tunnels that look like mud tubes above the ground. The workers

Subterranean Termites live in colonies in the ground; they build tunnels that look like mud tubes above the ground. The workers are 1/8 to 3/8 inches in length. Their body has one segment and their wings are very similar in size and shape.

Oriental Roaches are about 1 inch in length at maturity. It is dark brown to black and has a glossy body. The Oriental Cockroach

Oriental Roaches are about 1 inch in length at maturity. It is dark brown to black and has a glossy body. The Oriental Cockroach does not fly even though they do have wings. These roaches are often also called waterbugs here in Texas.

German Roaches are a 1/2 to 5/8 inches in size. It is tan to light brown in color and has 2 dark streaks running from the head t

German Roaches are a 1/2 to 5/8 inches in size. It is tan to light brown in color and has 2 dark streaks running from the head to the base of the wings. It has wings but does not fly. The German Roach usually hides in cracks and crevices.

Smoky Brown Roaches are 1 1/4 inches to 1 3/8 inches in length. It has wings and is brown in color. It looks a lot like the Amer

Smoky Brown Roaches are 1 1/4 inches to 1 3/8 inches in length. It has wings and is brown in color. It looks a lot like the American Roach. The difference between the two is the smoky brown has a dark brown mahogany color to it. The Smoky Brown Roach has wings but does not fly.

American Roaches are also known as water bugs here in Texas. They range from 1 inch to 2.1 inches long. They are very common in

American Roaches are also known as water bugs here in Texas. They range from 1 inch to 2.1 inches long. They are very common in Texas homes. They can travel quickly and fit into cracks under doors despite their size. The American Roach has wings which allow them to fly and prefers warm conditions and is not cold-tolerant.

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