A European earwig. Note the pair of forceps on the tip of the abdomen.
Over 3000 known species of mosquitoes exist worldwide.
Slugs move along by secreting a path of mucus.
An adult western conifer seed bug. Arrows indicate leaf-like expansions on the hind legs.
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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
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Eastern Subterranean Termites
Indian Meal Moth
Insects and Firewood, Some Facts ...
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Mosquito Biology for the Homeowner
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Selecting a Pest Management Professional
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Slugs and Snails
Springtails and Snowfleas
Vinegar Flies, Pomace Flies, or Fruit Flies
Western Conifer Seed Bug: Unwanted House Guest
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