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Currently Infesting Your Area

These pests are a real nuisance and can cause some damage. Be prepared.

CricketLow Threat

Crickets

Recognizable by their incessant chirping in the wee hours of the morning, crickets are 1/4 to 3/4 inch long with large hind legs. Found in fields, pastures and meadows, they have shiny, black coloring and can damage silk, wool, cotton and other fabrics.

Carpenter BeesLow Threat

Carpenter Bees

Finding coarse sawdust under wooden beams may not be a sign of sloppy handiwork. Instead, the mess and half-inch wooden holes are likely the work of large black and yellow carpenter bees and their strong, tunnel-boring jaws. They tend to hover under porches and eaves in the spring.

AntsLow Threat

Ants

A common invader of picnics, sugar cabinets and nursery rhymes, ants have two pairs of transparent wings, pronounced antennae and a narrow, hourglass-shaped waist. But don’t be fooled; these sneaky pests can come without wings, too.

AntLow Threat

Ants

A common invader of picnics, sugar cabinets and nursery rhymes, ants have two pairs of transparent wings, pronounced antennae and a narrow, hourglass-shaped waist. But don’t be fooled; these sneaky pests can come without wings, too.