OTHER PESTS

Other Pests can consist of everything from ticks, pantry pests, termites, and many others. At Elevate Pest Control we pride ourselves in finding solutions & problem solving even the most difficult type of pest problem. Scroll through our listing of miscellaneous pests and you might find exactly the critter that has been bugging you!


Tickstick

Description: Deer ticks are hard ticks, 1/16 to 1/8 inches long, and orange-brown except for the head, shield behind the head, and legs which are dark reddish-brown. Their mouth parts are easily seen when viewed from above. Their bodies are flattened and shaped like a tear drop.

 


Bedbugsbed-bug

Description: Bed bugs are flat, reddish-brown, oval insects about 3/16-inch long or the size of an apple seed. They appear swollen and reddish after a blood meal. A common misconception is that they are not visible to the naked eye.

 


centipedeCentipedes

Description: Adult centipedes are yellowish to dark brown, often with dark markings, and 1/8-to 6 inches long. The body has 15 to 177 body segments which typically have one pair of legs each.

 


MillipedeMillipedes

Description: Most millipedes are brown or black, but some species are orange or red. They range in size from 5/8 inches to 4-inches. There are many species of millipedes. A few millipedes appear to be flattened.

 


other-earwigEarwigs

Description: Adult earwigs are ¼ to 1-inch long, dark brown to black, with a red head and pale yellow-brown legs. Earwigs usually have two pair of wings, the hind wings being fully developed and folded beneath the short, leathery front wings.

 


BugsSilverfish

Description: The newly hatched silverfish nymphs look exactly like tiny adults, and therefore it is known that these are insects that undergo simple metamorphosis

 


cricketHouse Crickets

Description: House crickets are about ¾ to 7/8 inches long and yellow-brown or straw colored with three dark banks across the top of the head.

 


Box Elder BugBox Elder Bugs

Description: Adult box elder bugs are ½-inch long and brown-black with three red stripes on the thorax and red veins in the wings.

 


StinkbugStink Bugs

Description: The brown marmorated stink bug, an insect not previously seen on our continent, has apparently been accidentally introduced into eastern Pennsylvania.

 


Carpet-BeetleCarpet Beetles

Description: Adult furniture carpet beetles are 1/16 to 1.8 inches long. The underside of the body is white.d blood, glue, and book bindings. It damages linen, cotton, jute, softwood, and leather when these items are soiled.


American-RoachCockroaches

Description: The worldwide number of cockroaches is an estimated 3,500 species. German cockroaches, one of the most common residential roaches are ½ to 5/8 inches long when mature, light brown to tan, and have fully developed wings.


clovermiteclovermiteClover Mites

Description: Clover Mite adults are about 1/64- inch long and reddish brown to olive green in color. Their body shape is similar to that of ticks.

 

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