Posted on August 15th, by dwadmin in Houston, Pest Control, TX.
What are Asian Cockroaches? In the 80’s, pest control companies began having trouble exterminating the common German cockroach. These roaches didn’t behave like they should: they didn’t scuttle away when you turned on a light. They seemed to stalk people in their homes. And, worst of all, they flew around like crazy! These new...Read More
Posted on August 6th, by dwadmin in Houston, Pest Control, TX.
Earwigs belong to the Dermaptera insect family. Fortunately, earwigs do not make a habit of climbing into people’s ears, in spite of their name. Their scientific name “Dermaptera” comes from the Greek derma “skin” and ptera “wings”, due to the leathery forewings that protect their hindwings, though they rarely use these hindwings to fly....Read More
Posted on July 18th, by dwadmin in Houston, Pest Control, TX.
The ants go marching one by one by one by one by one… Where there is one ant, many more are sure to be found. This is because ants—like bees and termites—are social insects. Instead of each one scavenging by themselves, these insects work together in a colony or a hive. Eusociality is when...Read More