Pest ID
Need to identify a pest? Scroll through the pests in our area below, choose a category above, or search for a specific pest in the search bar.

Bumblebee

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Bumblebees are large, fuzzy insects with short, stubby wings. They are larger than honeybees, but they don’t produce as much honey. However, they are very important pollinators. Without them, food wouldn’t grow. While other animals pollinate, bumblebees are particularly good

Honey Bee

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A honey bee (or honeybee) is any member of the genus Apis, primarily distinguished by the production and storage of honey and the construction of colonial nests from wax. The best known honey bee is the Western honey bee which

Raccoons

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Easily recognizable by their well-know ringed tail and masked face, raccoons are common throughout North America. However, they are very common in urban areas and less common in most rural areas. They are primarily nocturnal, so most of their mischief

Opossums

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Opossums look like giant rats, with pointed snouts and skinny, hairless tails. Adult opossums average just 10-14 lbs and do not have a very long lifespan. Rarely do they live more than two years. Opossums are nocturnal and omnivores, so

Skunk

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Skunks are furry little animals that you can smell from a distance away once they have sprayed. Skunk spray is very difficult to remove and can linger for a very long time, especially if a home gets sprayed. Skunks spray

Yellow Jackets (Hornets)

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Hornets and wasp look similar because hornets are a type of wasp. Yellow jackets, sometimes known as hornets, are short wasps that are black and yellow or white. All yellow jackets build paper nests that are completely surrounded by a

Western Conifer Seed Bug

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The Western Conifer Seed Bug is often mistaken for a stink bug. However, it has a longer body. The hind legs of a Western conifer seed bug are also widened and look like a tiny leaf is attached, whereas the

Subterranean Termite

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Winged forms are only 1/2″ long. Workers and soldiers are about 1/4″ long. The soldier has an elongated, quadrangular, light yellow head with straight mandibles, curved at the tip. The thorax of the worker is the narrower than the head

Stink Bug

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The brown marmorated stink bug is a brownish bug with a shield shape. They are named for the smelly scent they give off when squished. They are just over a half an inch in size and can have copper, black

Sowbugs & Pillbugs

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Oval bodies, convex above and flat or hollow underneath. Never over 3/4″ long. Both have seven pairs of legs. The sowbug has two tail-like appendages that prevent it from rolling up in a ball. The pillbug, however, lacks these appendages