“The BUZZ”

End of Summer Can Still Bring Stingers

Bill Clark Pest Control  reminds the public summer stingers are more aggressive at end of season and encourages caution Summer will be gone before we know it, but that doesn’t mean stinging insects will be leaving us just yet. The public should still be alert when it comes to avoiding stingers, like yellowjackets and wasps, […]

What’s Bugging Southeast Texas

Honey Bee

Common Name: Honey bee Scientific Name: Apis mellifera Linnaeus Order: Hymenoptera Honey bees are somewhat variable in color but are some shade of black, brown or brown intermixed with yellow. They have dense hairs on the pronotum and sparser hair on the abdomen. Microscopically, at least some of the body hairs of bees (Apoidea) are branched (pumose). The abdomen […]

Formosan Termite

(Coptotermes formosanus) Formosan Termites were first brought into the U.S. on military ships during WWII. Infestations have increased and expanded across the coastal U.S.  Formosan termites are subterranean termites.  They live in the ground, build mud tubes, have a 3 caste system, etc.  However, they are described as being the more aggressive species compared to the […]

Chinch Bug

These insects can be important as occasional invaders throughout most of the southern U.S. Their populations develop outdoors, feeding on the grass in lawns, fence rows, and open fields. These are small black and white bugs with wings that extend only about half the length of the abdomen when at rest. Some species also have […]

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