Keep your family pets safe from ticks with these helpful tips: · Be careful where you walk them. Avoid tall grass · Groom. Brush, comb and bathe dogs regularly · Vacuum often to pick up any pest eggs that may have come into your home · Work with your veterinarian to make sure you are taking all the proper preventative tick measures · Call Leave Me Bee if you believe your pet may have ticks
Slab ants (also known as pavement ants) live above the frost line underground. As it gets warmer, the melting snow and incoming rain flushes the slab ants out. These invaders are brownish little ants that come through your home’s cracks, crevices and sill plates looking for food. Don't let them takeover... call Leave Me Bee for a free inspection -630-885-2797! #antsntsts
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Earwigs are brown, flat-bodied insects, up to three-fourths of an inch long. On their tail ends are pincerlike appendages used for capturing prey, for defense and mating. Earwigs can bite and pinch people who handle them, but are otherwise harmless. Their ability to bore through the ears to lay eggs inside a person’s brain is a popular myth! Earwigs are most active at night and are attracted to lights. They rest in moist cracks and crevices by day, coming out at night to feed
Most millipedes are cylindrical, slow-moving plant-feeding creatures that can curl up and release foul-smelling secretions when disturbed. Centipedes have flattened bodies and typically move faster. One species, the house centipede (Scutigeracoleoptrata), is an exceptionally long-legged and fast-running predator of insects and spiders. Centipedes also possess appendages capable of injecting venom into their prey, like the fangs of spiders. While most centipedes are too small
Pill bugs...also known as isopods, woodlice and roly-polies, these creatures are not insects but crustaceans more closely related to shrimp, crabs and lobsters. Most Isopods are gray to brown in color and about one-fourth of an inch long with seven pairs of legs. Pill bugs can roll into a ball when disturbed. Like many occasional invaders, isopods need lots of moisture. They live in damp places – under rocks, logs, leaves and mulch where they feed mostly on rotting plant matt
The ladybug's a beetle. It's shaped like a pea.
Its color is a bright red With lots of spots to see.
Although the name is ladybug. Some ladybugs are men.
So why don't we say "gentleman bug"
Every now and then? Lady bugs can be considered cute until they've invaded your home! Lady beetles will often settle down for the winter beneath siding and shingles, in attics, soffits, porches, garages, wall voids, window and door frames. Owners of homes at risk should seal these har