Does not eat wood, but bites pieces and removes the wood to make nests. Colonies can be very large. Look for piles of saw dust near nest entrances.
They do not sting, but have a strong bite
Can remove enough wood to weaken a structure
The larvae of this moth are considered a serious pest, as they can derive nourishment from clothing, in particular wool, but many other natural fibers.
This moth prefers moist conditions
Clothes Moths seem to prefer dim or dark areas
A bloodsucking bug that is a parasite of birds and mammals.
Often difficult to find because they hide well
Similar to an apple seed in size and appearance
Do not jump
Spend most of their time hiding and are usually active at night
A social winged insect that has a narrow waist and a sting. It constructs a paper nest from wood pulp and raises the larvae on a diet of insect.
Nest in the ground or in cavernous areas such as eaves, attics, etc.
They feed on sweets and proteins and commonly invade outdoor activities
Small light-brown cockroach brought to United States from Europe. Most common cockroaches found in apartments and
restaurants in Canada
Mostly active at night
Not very tolerant to cold
Have few natural predators inside a human habitat
Smaller than many other species so it can more easily hide and fit into very small cracks
Fruit flies are small pests that are commonly found in homes, restaurants and other facilities where food is processed. They are found on moist, decaying matter. Elimination of the breeding site is the most important step in the control of fruit flies.
Fruit flies feed on decaying matter, especially fruits and vegetables
Has a very short lifespan
These moths like to feed on dried fruits, grains, seeds, nuts, chocolate, candies, bird seed, dog food, powdered milk, dried red peppers and candy.
Attracted to the light, these bugs are found worldwide in areas where food is stored, such as grocery stores.
Indian Meal Moths infest foods and can contaminate food products.