There are over sixteen thousand different species of ant on this planet. Of course, this number only includes those ants which science has documented. Despite their tiny heads, ants are smart relative to other insects, and their social behavior is surprisingly advanced. In fact, since ants make up such a big part of the insect…

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The world is full of termites. In fact, there are over two thousand different termite species in existence right now and having termites can get pricey as they cause billions of dollars in damages every year. Termites are social insects that evolved from cockroaches, and this occurred before dinosaurs even existed. Termites can be boring…

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GGA Pest Management shares the following noteworthy signs and symptoms of a possible bed bug infestation: Small red to reddish brown fecal spots on mattresses, upholstery or walls Molt bed bug skins, their white, sticky eggs or empty eggshells Red, itchy bite marks, especially on the legs, arms and other body parts exposed while sleeping…

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Termite Control

Termites are known as “silent destroyers” because their constant gnawing can go unnoticed until significant structural damage to the home occurs. Termites feed 24-hours a day, seven days a week on the cellulose found in wood and paper products. Winged swarmers are the first sign to homeowners that termites may be invading and typically appear…

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The offspring of trap-jaw ants is like something out of a horror show. The babies of trap-jaw ants will make you look twice. These odd creatures are outfitted with studs and menacing looking protrusions on their spines. Thanks to major improvements in technology, the larval development of trap-jaw ants has been described for the first…

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New Insect Species Is Found Fossilized In Amber If you have ever been to India, then you know that India is a country that is rich in its diversity of insect life. Researchers have long assumed that India’s fauna was unique to the country, and that no ancient European bugs could ever be unearthed in…

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