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Pest Identification

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What do you do when you find bugs in your home? If you’re like most people, you want to know what they are and how to make sure they don’t come back! This section, brought to you by the National Pest Management Association, will help you to identify almost any bug.

Even if you are a skilled bug identifier, our Pest Guide is not a substitute for professional pest control. If you do find signs of a pest infestation in your home, contact us promptly. We will be able to inspect your home, confirm the species, and recommend a course of action to keep your family safe and healthy.

Select from the list below:

Ants & Ant Control

Argentine Ants
Carpenter Ants
Crazy Ants
Odorous House Ants
Pavement Ants
Pharaoh Ants
Red Imported Fire Ants
Acrobat Ants
Leafcutting Ants
Thief Ants
More Ants & Ant Control

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs

Bird Pest Control

PigeonsĀ 
Woodpeckers
European Starling

Cockroaches

American Cockroaches
Brownbanded Cockroaches
Oriental Cockroaches
German Cockroaches

Flies

House Flies
Fruit Flies

Nuisance Wildlife Control & Management

Tree Squirrels
Opossums
Raccoons
Voles
Bats
Groundhogs
Flying Squirrels
Prairie Dogs

Occasional Pests & Invaders

Earwigs
Pillbugs (Rollie Pollies)
Stink Bugs
Springtails (Snow Fleas)
Silverfish
CentipedesĀ 
Millipedes
House Crickets
Ladybug
Boxelder Bug
Periodical Cicadas
Scorpion
Camel crickets

Other Pests

Varied Carpet Beetles
Powderpost Beetles
House Dust Mites
Water-Conducting FungiĀ 

Rodents

Deer Mice
House Mice
Norway Rats
Roof Rats

Spiders

Black Widow Spiders
Brown Recluse Spiders
Long-bodied Cellar Spiders
Common House Spiders
Jumping Spiders
Wolf Spiders

Stinging & Biting Insects

Carpenter Bees
Africanized (“Killer”) Bees
Bumble Bees
Honey Bees
Mosquitoes
Blacklegged (Deer) Ticks
Flea
Yellowjackets
Bald-faced Hornets
Chicken Mites (Bird Mites)
European Hornet
Open Pipe Mud Daubers
Paper Wasps
Velvet (“Cow Killers”) Ants
Asian Tiger Mosquitoes
American Dog Ticks
Brown Dog Ticks
Lone Star Tick
Rocky Mountain Wood Tick

Stored Product Pests

Merchant Grain Beetles
Indian Meal Moths

Termites

Subterranean Termites
Drywood Termites
Dampwood Termites
Formosan Termites
Conehead Termites

This information is provided by the National Pest Management Association and does not necessarily reflect Pest Care’s views or opinions.