casemaking moth


Casemaking Moths   What Do Casemaking Moths Look Like? Adult casemaking clothes moths can grow to be 3/8 to ½ of an inch in length. Their long narrow wings are brownish-gray in color. In very young adult moths the wings will have three dark spots on them, however the spots may not be present in […]

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Indian Meal Moth With Wings Spread


Indian Meal Moth What Do They Look Like? The Indian meal moth is a handsome moth with a wing expanse of nearly three-quarters of an inch. It is easy to distinguish from other grain pests by the peculiar markings of the fore-wings. They are reddish brown with a copper luster on the outer two-thirds, but […]

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Eastern Gray Squirrel On Post


Eastern Gray Squirrel   What Do They Look Like? Eastern grey squirrels are medium sized tree squirrels. Males and females are similar in size and color. The fur on their back ranges from grizzled dark grey to pale grey and may have red tones. Their ears are pale grey to white. Their tail is white to […]

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White Footed Mouse on Table


White-Footed Mouse   What Do They Look Like? White-footed mice range from 6″ to 8″ in total length, with their tail making up about one-third of that length. They weigh from 15 to 25 g. The fur on their back ranges from light brown to a more reddish brown, while the fur on their stomach […]

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Deer Mice


Deer Mice   What Do They Look Like? Deer mice are grey or tawny brown with a white underbelly and white feet. Its tail is short and covered with fine hairs. The most noticeable characteristic of the deer mouse is its white underbelly hair, which extends to the underneath of its tail. These mice are typically between […]

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roof rat sitting


Roof Rat   What Do They Look Like Roof rats are long and thin rodents that have large eyes and ears, a pointed nose and a scaly tail. Roof rats have soft and smooth fur that is typically brown with intermixed spots of black. Their undersides are often white, gray or black. Adult roof rats […]

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Bat Bug

BAT BUG (Lepto Cimex Boueti)

BAT BUG (Lepto Cimex Boueti)   Where can they be found? They’re most commonly found in the places bats like to rest, such as attics or chimneys. Although, if the bats take off for a new home or die out, bat bugs will move downstairs and can show up in mattresses and beds. How do […]

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Tropical Bed Bug

Cimex Hemipterus

Cimex Hemipterus   Where can they be found? The C. Lectularius is predominantly seen in temperate regions while these tropical bed bugs, as their name suggests, are seen in tropical or warmer regions including southern states of USA as well as countries in Asia and Africa. How do they look? Both species of the Cimicidae […]

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American Cockroach


American Cockroach   The American cockroach is the largest cockroach that infests buildings in the United States. This insect may be recognized by a yellow “figure-8” pattern on the shield at the front of its body. In Florida, the American cockroach is called the “palmetto bug,” and it has the nickname “water bug” throughout the […]

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