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box elder bugs

box elder bugs typically begin to be a problem as the warm weather turns colder. when homeowners first start seeing them, they may be in the nymph stage. nymphs tend to be much more red in color and smaller.

box elder bugs are attracted to female box elder trees, but unfortunately, removing any of these trees from your yard probably won't impact the box elder bug population much as they can fly long distances to reach your home. box elder trees are indigenous to the midwest and there are so many around that they are likely within flying distance to your home.

while the old "soap and water" remedy can kill those you see, by the time most people use this, many of the box elder bugs have already entered the walls through gaps and crevices and started laying eggs. this i why you may see box elder bugs inside your home in the dead of winter- typically on sunny days.

earwig

centipede

pillbug

cricket

roach

hornets nest

lady beetles

spider

spider

japanese beetles

wasp

others

earwigs
silverfish
pillbugs
crickets
centipedes
millipedes
cockroaches

specialty pests:
bed bugs
japanese beetles
yellowjackets
indian meal moths
fleas
springtails
brown marmolated stink bugs
and more

rodents:
mice
rats


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