A European earwig. Note the pair of forceps on the tip of the abdomen.
Image by Tom Murray www.pbase.com/tmurray74

A European earwig. Note the pair of forceps on the tip of the abdomen.

Over 3000 known species of mosquitoes exist worldwide.

Over 3000 known species of mosquitoes exist worldwide.

Slugs move along by secreting a path of mucus.
Image by HGIC, University of Maryland

Slugs move along by secreting a path of mucus.

An adult western conifer seed bug. Arrows indicate leaf-like expansions on the hind legs.
Image by Dan Gilrein, CCE Suffolk County

An adult western conifer seed bug. Arrows indicate leaf-like expansions on the hind legs.

Indoor / Outdoor Insect Pests


Ants in Houses

Bed Bugs

Beetles Infesting Flour and Meal

Beetles Infesting Woolens

Booklice

Boxelder Bug

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Bees

Cigarette and Drugstore Beetles

Clothes Moths

Cockroaches

Controlling Wasps, Yellow-jackets and Hornets

Eastern Subterranean Termites

European Earwig

Fleas

Indian Meal Moth

Insects and Firewood, Some Facts ...

Larder Beetles

Millipedes, Sowbugs, Pillbugs and Centipedes

Mosquito Biology for the Homeowner

Powder Post Beetles

Selecting a Pest Management Professional

Silverfish and Firebrats

Slugs and Snails

Spiders

Springtails and Snowfleas

Vinegar Flies, Pomace Flies, or Fruit Flies

Western Conifer Seed Bug: Unwanted House Guest

Contact

Alice Raimondo
Horticulture Consultant
aw242@cornell.edu
631-727-7850 x 335

Last updated April 26, 2016