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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Description: Adult earwigs are Â¼ 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.
Description: The newly hatched silverfish nymphs look exactly like tiny adults, and therefore it is known that these are insects that undergo simple metamorphosis
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.
Description: Adult box elder bugs are Â½-inch long and brown-black with three red stripes on the thorax and red veins in the wings.
Description: The brown marmorated stink bug, an insect not previously seen on our continent, has apparently been accidentally introduced into eastern Pennsylvania.
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.
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.
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.