Occasional Invaders

Pest Facts by Ark Pest Control & Prevention

Occasional Invaders

Stink Bug

Stink bugs get their name from their tendency to release a foul odor when disturbed or crushed. Stink bugs look to enter homes for warmth

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Silverfish

The silverfish gets its name from its color and fishlike movement. Their diet consists of carbohydrates, such as sugars and starches. They often inhabit dark

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Millipede

Millipedes are small long invertebrate pests, with two sets of legs on each segment. They are known to hide in crevices and under warm moist

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Field Cricket

Field crickets hatch in the spring and molt several times during their maturation. They eat a broad range of seeds, plants, and insects. The females

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Earwig

Earwigs are small long insects that are primarily nocturnal. They come out at night to feed on a variety of insects and plants.

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Centipede

Centipedes and millipedes are not insects, but long invertebrates due to their numerous legs. They often hide under objects such as under stones or boards,

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Carpet Beetle

Carpet beetles are a small species of beetles which eat carpets, dead insects, wool fabrics, furs, hair, silk, and bones. They can take 1-3 years

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Camel Cricket

Crickets are characterized for their long antennae and drumstick-shaped legs. Most species of crickets live in cool, damp environments, such as in wells, rotten logs,

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Box Elder Bug

The box elder bug is black with three red lines on the thorax, while young ones are red and grey. They commonly feed on the

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