“The BUZZ”

Bed Bugs Book Their Own Travel Plans

The winter season is a great and common time for many families to travel, especially when they’re looking to swap frigid temperatures for warm and sunny escapes. Bill Clark Pest Control and The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) remind those planning winter getaways to take the necessary precautions to help reduce encounters with bed bugs. […]

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 […]

Fire Ant

The red imported fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) first entered the United States through the seaport of Mobile, Alabama in the early 1930’s and have spread throughout the southern regions. Fire ants are good competitors and colonizers that quickly establish mounds around homes, schools, businesses and industries. These ants are best known for their painful stings […]

Smokey Brown Cockroach

Smokey Brown Cockroaches are brownish-black in color and usually 1 – 1 1/4″ long. Smokey Brown Cockroaches prefer moist areas such as; wood piles, tree holes, ground covered plants, mulch, soffits and eaves of attics. They usually enter during the night through holes or small areas where lights shine through. Light is an attraction for […]

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