Termite Control

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Termite Species in the U.S.

Termites are considered to be the most destructive insect pests in the world. Many buildings and structures are damaged by these pests each year resulting in huge financial losses. The three most common termites in the western United States are:

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Color of Pigeons

Usually bluish-gray with black bands and reddish feet.

Little House Fly

Color of Little House Fly

The brown-grey thorax has three black longitudinal stripes in the males. These are much more indistinct in the female. The first two segments of the abdomen are translucently yellow with a dark-brown basal color.

Phorid Fly

Color of Phroid Flies

Adults are black, brown, or yellowish. Larvae are whitish, yellowish-white, or grayish.

House Fly

Color of House Fly

Larvae are cream-colored and greasy-looking. Pupae are brown and egg-shaped. Adults are dull gray.

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Good Riddance

First of all, good sanitation is the key. Store susceptible foods in insect-proof containers of glass, heavy plastic, or metal, ideally with screw-type lids, or store foods in a refrigerator or freezer. Carefully examine foods such as flour, pancake flour, cornmeal, cereals, raisins, dry dog and cat food, spices, candy, dates, dried meats and fruits, rice, and macaroni at the time of purchase. Check the packaging date to establish freshness. Examine broken and damaged packages and boxes to avoid bringing these stored product pests accidentally into the home. Purchase seldom-used foods in small quantities to prevent long storage periods of one month or more, especially during warmer months. Properly ventilate the storage area to discourage these moisture-loving pests. Any infested product should be thrown away