• Boxelder Bugs

    Boxelder Bugs

    A major pest of boxelder trees, also entering structures to overwinter.

  • Centipede


    Sometimes called “hundred-leggers,” some species can inflict a painful bite but it is not lethal.

  • Clover Mite

    Clover Mite

    Clove is one of the preferred hosts plants of this nuisance pest.

  • Daddylonglegs / Harvestmen

    Daddylonglegs / Harvestmen

    Most often seen at harvest time, these are nuisance pests in and around structures.

  • Earwigs


    The common name comes from a European superstition that they enter the ears of sleeping people and bore into the…

  • Elm Leaf Beetle

    Elm Leaf Beetle

    A major pest of elm trees, and primarily a nuisance pest because they enter structures in the autumn to overwinter.

  • Ground Beetles

    Ground Beetles

    Distribution generally on the ground, beneath something, throughout most of the United States.

  • House Cricket

    House Cricket

    Often enter houses, where they can survive indefinitely. Primarily a pest east of the Rocky Mountains.

  • Ladybug, Lady/Ladybird Beetle

    Ladybug, Lady/Ladybird Beetle

    Most species are highly beneficial.

  • Millipede


    Sometimes called “thousand-leggers” but usually have 30-90 pairs of legs.

  • Pillbug


    Sometimes called “roly-polies” because they roll up into a tight ball when disturbed.

  • Sowbug


    These land-dwelling crustaceans are arthropods but not insects.

  • Springtails


    Their common name comes from the fact that most species have a furcula/springlike structure which allows them to jump.

  • Rice Weevil Adult


    Several species enter structures primarily in the autumn and then leave in spring.


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