Insects

Julie Miller
Will a Fruit Fly Population Eventually Die Off?

Will a Fruit Fly Population Eventually Die Off?

They don’t buzz. They don’t sting. They can’t bite. But, they are an annoyance. If you simply ignore fruit flies, will the population eventually die off?

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Will Eating a Pantry Moth Make You Sick?

Will Eating a Pantry Moth Make You Sick?

While some insects are harmless when they are consumed by humans, there are other insects that you’ll want to veer away from. Which category does a pantry moth fit into?

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Can Fruit Flies Make Me Sick?

Can Fruit Flies Make Me Sick?

Fruit flies quickly become adults, lay eggs, and begin to multiply. If you see a swarm landing on your bananas, what should you do?

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Understanding and Conquering Your Fear of Cockroaches

Understanding and Conquering Your Fear of Cockroaches

We all know that roaches are vile creatures. But have you ever wondered why cockroaches terrify you?

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Common Cockroaches and Where You’ll Find Them

Common Cockroaches and Where You’ll Find Them

When you have a roach infestation, you will be willing to do whatever it takes to get rid of the nasty little creatures. What measures will you take and how can you prevent another invasion?

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How Weather Affects Flies and Mosquitoes

How Weather Affects Flies and Mosquitoes

Both flies and mosquitoes are affected by changes in weather and temperature, but to what extreme? How hot and how cold can it get before they die off?

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How to Protect Your Home from Spiders

How to Protect Your Home from Spiders

Which areas of a house do spiders live in? How do I protect my home from spiders?

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What is the Life Cycle of a German Cockroach?

What is the Life Cycle of a German Cockroach?

Cockroaches have been around since the dawn of time and, according to legend, will be around long after you and I are gone. They are said to be able to survive a nuclear detonation. The most common is the German cockroach. Would you believe that this species of roach even has wings, yet do not fly? They do wreak havoc around kitchens and bathrooms, though.  The Life Cycle of a German Cockroach You might not think that the roach we have the most problems with, within the United States, would have a foreign name, but it does. The German cockroach is a small...

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