Stinging Insects

Pest Facts by Ark Pest Control & Prevention

Stinging Insects

Wood Borer

These wood boring beetles, invade and damage wood and furniture inside buildings. The larvae do the most damage to wood through feeding and emerge from

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Stinging Insects

Old House Borer

The old house borer is a long beetle which burrows into structural wood. The sounds of this beetle feeding on wood can be heard through

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Stinging Insects

Carpenter Bee

Carpenter bees are large bees with blue-black bodies, and they are covered with yellow and orange hairs. They build their nests in locations where bare

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Stinging Insects

Paper Wasp

Paper Wasps are named after the paper-like nests they produce. They eat nectar and other insects, such as caterpillars and flies. Paper wasps will make

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Stinging Insects

Yellow Jacket

There are many species of yellowjackets, they are know for their black and yellow striped coloration. They are known to be found in the ground,

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Stinging Insects

Honey Bee

Honeybees are a well-known insect and are responsible for the production of honey. They are also a stinging insect and can cause an allergic reaction

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Stinging Insects

European Hornet

Also known as the giant hornet, the European hornet is found in the US from the northeastern states to the Dakotas and south to Florida.

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Stinging Insects

Bumble Bee

Bumble bees are a flying insect with yellow and black stripes that pollinate large volumes of plants and flowers. They will buzz in a large

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Ants

Carpenter Ant

Carpenter ants make their nests by excavating wood. These ants can best be identified by their large size compared to other ants, as well as

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