• Black ant
    Black carpenter ants are most active at night, traveling from their nest to a food source following trails.they do not eat or digest wood, but they tunnel through wood.
  • Pharaoh ant
    Pharaoh workers are about 1/16-inch long, or 2.0 millimeters in length. They are light yellow to reddish brown in color with a darker abdomen.The pharaoh ant queen lays hundreds of eggs.
  • ants
    This type of ant is a problem for some gardeners. They will farm aphids for the honeydew they excrete by bringing them inside the nest and bringing them back out again when necessary.
  • Subtrranean Termites
    At maturity, a primary queen has a great capacity to lay eggs. In some species, the mature queen has a greatly distended abdomen and may produce 20000 to 30000 eggs a day
  • Harvester termites
    They can deplete grass in pastures and contribute to soil erosion.Soon after rain showers, swarms of flying termites
  • Cockroach
    The different types of cockroaches we find in our homes.Brown Banded Cockroach, German Cockroache, American Cockroach.
  • Brown Banded Cockroach
    The brown-banded cockroach, is a small species of cockroach, measuring about ⅝ in (10 to 14;mm) long. It is tan to light brown. It has two light-colored bands across the wings and abdomen.
  • German Cockroache
    German cockroach reproduces faster than any other residential cockroach, going from egg to sexually mature adult in 123 days.The German cockroach is omnivorous and a scavenger.
  • American Cockroach
    American cockroach adults grow to an average length of around 4 cm and about 7 mm tall. They are reddish brown and have a yellowish margin on the body. Cockroaches can pick up disease.
  • Black ant
  • Pharaoh ant
  • ants
  • Subtrranean Termites
  • Harvester termites
  • Cockroach
  • Brown Banded Cockroach
  • German Cockroache
  • American Cockroach
  • Blowfly
    Adults may be vectors of pathogens of diseases such as dysentery.Blow flies are usually the first insects to come in contact with carrion because they have the ability to smell dead animal matter from up to 1.6 km away.
  • Fruit fly
    This fruit fly is mostly composed of post-mitotic cells, has a very short lifespan, and shows gradual aging. infests thin-skinned fruit such as raspberries and cherries and can be a serious agricultural pest.
  • House fly
    The House fly is considered a pest that can carry serious diseases. Each female fly can lay approximately 500 eggs in several batches of about 75 to 150.
  • Bee
    The smallest bee is a stingless bee whose workers are about 2.1 mm long. The largest bee a leafcutter bee whose females can attain a length of 39 mm . sweat beesare small and often mistaken for wasps or flies.
  • Mosquito
    Like all flies, mosquitoes go through four stages in their lifecycles: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Mosquitoes can act as vectors for many disease-causing viruses and parasites.
  • Blowfly
  • Fruit fly
  • House fly
  • Bee
  • Mosquito
  • Bat
    Bats are worldwide, with about 1,240 bat species divided into two suborders: the less specialized and largely fruit-eating megabats, or flying foxes, and the highly specialized and echolocating microbats.
  • Norway Rat
    The fur is coarse and usually brown or dark grey, while the underparts are lighter grey or brown. The length can be up to 25 cm , with the tail a further 25 cm ,
  • Rates
    The brown rat is a true omnivore and will consume almost anything.Rrats may carry a number of pathogens.They make typical runways along pipes, beams or wires, up and down the studding, or along the horizontal ceiling joists.
  • House mouse
    The house mouse mainly lives associated with humans, causing damage to crops and stored food. They vary in color from white to grey to light brown to black.
  • Bat
  • Norway Rat
  • Rates
  • House mouse