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  cockroach pest control Relative to body size, these roaches can run four times faster than a cheetah.


common house ant pest controlMedieval physicians prescribed these pests, ground up in medications, as a cure for leprosy and freckles.


  So named because their young can look like walking dust bunnies when they camouflage themselves with dust to sneak up on pray.   The good news is they are part of the “Assassin Bug” family and one of their common meals is Bed Bugs.


  rat pest controlTheir amazing memories, rapid learning ability, curiosity, hardiness and friendliness make them ideal for research and service to humans.  Rats are utilized to sniff out landmines and bombs and identify tuberculosis; they are also used successfully in search and rescue missions.


  multi-housing pest controlConsideration was given to using these critters as messengers during WWII by strapping to their legs tiny capsules containing vital wartime information.


  Luckily, this venomous arachnid is very rare in our Midwestern region.  It’s also known as the “Violin” spider because of the violin-shaped marking on its body.  Another weird thing…Brown Recluse’s has 6 eyes instead of the 8 that most arachnids have.


  fruit fly pest controlMuch like pop star Robin Thicke, the males of this species sing and dance to attract females.  No blurred lines here.


  lady bud asian lady beetle pest controlThey don’t like surprises!   When alarmed, these pests spontaneously bleed from their legs.


bed bug k9 inspectionsResearchers believe populations of this pest spread quickly because the females are constantly moving to get as far away from males as possible.


  You might hate ‘em, but the NRA loves ‘em!  These critters produce the raw material used for the crosshairs in gun sights.


  blow fly pestDon’t try this at home!  Physicians still use the larvae of this pest to clean out infected wounds.


  mice mouse pest controlDuring studies in which mice were exposed to the music of heavy metal band Anthrax, these guys killed each other.


  termite pest controlNot only do these voracious destroyers cause $5 Billion (yes, with a B) in structural damage per year in the U.S., they may affect global warming in some regions by emitting almost as much methane as human industries.

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