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Category: Bug of the Month

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Escaping Bed Bugs

By Katie Nelson

Bed bugs are blood feeding insects that have become a major problem in cities across the world, more commonly in urban locations. They have existed for thousands of years, and date back to ancient Roman and Egyptian times. If you’ve ever dealt with bed bugs, you understand the total nightmare they create in a household. This is part ...

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“Bug” of the Month: Spiders

By Katie Nelson

Despite the title of the post, Spiders are not bugs or insects. Spiders are arthropods, with eight legs, that breathe air. They are found in every part of the world except Antarctica. Spiders are predatory and have fangs that can inject venom into their prey. According to the World Spider Catalog, there are currently over 47,000 ...

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Pest of the Month: Mice

By Katie Nelson

There’s no questions, here at Spidexx Pest Control, what our Pest of the Month should be for December. We’ve been receiving daily calls for rodent services, and they’re not slowing down! Mice become a serious issue for homeowners as winter is in full swing. They are looking for warm places to live over the winter, which ...

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Bug of the Month: Box Elder Bugs

By Katie Nelson

Have you ever seen a small, black bug, with red on its back hanging out around your house, during spring or fall? Chances are that it’s a Box Elder Bug, whose name comes from its nature of living in, and outside of, Box Elder trees. The most common time you will find Box Elder  bugs is during ...

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Bug of the Month: Hornets

By Katie Nelson

Hornets resemble yellow jackets, but they are larger, and part of the Vespa genus of wasps. They are around 1.25” in length. They live in colonies, mostly only through spring and summer, except queens which overwinter to continue the population for the next season. There are 20 species of hornets; and they exist in North America, Asia, Europe ...

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