Browse our Pest Library to learn more about common pests in the Lowcountry

Bed Bugs

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Beetles

Beetles belong to the order of Coleoptera and are considered the largest order of insects. As the most common type of insect sitting at over 350,000 species, it can be hard to tell these various insects apart. In order to determine what kind of beetle you have come across, you first check for wings and wing covers, which will be hard and thick for protection. Another old school test that you probably remember from your playground days is if it crunches when you step on it, it was probably a beetle – but try to check on google first before stomping on your new friend...

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Brown Recluse

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Carpenter Ant

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Carpenter Bees

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Common Ants

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Dust Mites

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Earwigs

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Eastern Subterranean Termite

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Fire Ant

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Formosan Termite

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German Cockroach

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House Centipedes

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House Mouse

Some mice end up domesticating house mice or using them in laboratories, however most of the time they aren’t necessarily welcomed into your home with open arms. Mice in the home tend to set up camp in walls, attics, crawl space, and even insulation which makes them hard to get rid of.

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Moths

Moths are widely known to feed off your favorite wool sweater, however vampire moths of the genus Calyptra feeds off of the blood from animals and humans. These moths are primarily found in southeast Asia, eastern Africa, China, Japan, and India, however extensive research is being performed in the United States. The most common kind of moth that finds their way into your home is known as the Brown House Moth (Hofmannophila pseudospretella). As an adult it is around 8-14mm long and feeds off of animal textures such as wool, leather and feathers.

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Roaches

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Silverfish

This insect doesn’t feed on humans, however it can become a burden in the home as they can trigger extreme allergies, attract other pests such as carpet beetles, and eat large grains, clothing, upholstery, or paper. However, this insect is not known to carry any pathogens that cause sickness or disease. For the most part, silverfish work in the night, making it hard to establish who exactly has been getting into your pantry every night. However, they don’t live in just your pantry – silverfish also love to live in attics,

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Yellow Jackets

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