Housefly anatomy. I: Head; II: Thorax; III: Abdomen — 1: prescutum; 2: anterior spiracle; 3: scutum; 4: basicosta; 5: calypter; 6: scutellum; 7: vena; 8: wing; 9: abdominal segment; 10: haltere; 11: posterior spiracle; 12: femur; 13: tibia; 14: spur; 15: tarsus; 16: propleuron; 17: prosternum; 18: mesopleuron; 19: mesosternum; 20: metapleuron; 21: metasternum; 22: compound eye; 23: arista; 24: antenna; 25: maxillary…

Learn further information on Bed Bugs and how to control them Bed bugs are bloodsuckers which are commonly found in motels, dormitories or overnight accommodation. They are also found in houses used to store furniture or old clothes. How do Bed bugs get into our bed? They commonly latch onto our suitcases or clothing and…

Host: Learn more about Ticks and how to control them effectively Ticks are harmful insects… Ticks are parasites that live by sucking blood from hot-blooded animals, including humans. Ticks pierce the skin, transmitting an anticoagulant to the host to prevent blood clots and then suck blood. A portion of the blood goes straight down the…

Bees are poisonous – it’s serious for people Bees are a common problem in the summer, usually when honey bees seek to nest in new niches in houses or businesses. A Conoly of bees can be extremely aggressive and may attack a person in a large number to the point of causing death. At the…