1. Are Mud Daubers a Problem?

    Mud daubers are often seen buzzing around homes, but are not particularly dangerous. They are about ¾ to 1 inch long. Some are black, while others have yellow markings or can even be a shiny blue-black color. The most obvious difference between other wasps and mud daubers is that mud daubers have a long, narrow waist that connects the thorax to the abdomen. Mud daubers are solitary, not social, i…Read More

  2. “Just Lie Down and Scream” – World’s Weirdest Bug?

    After a recent customer called inquiring about pest control services, we were inspired to take a trip down a rabbit-hole of bug research. This journey ended with a new contestant, and probable winner, in the category of “Most Interesting, Ridiculous and/or Disturbing Insect." This client mentioned how they liked tarantulas for their natural pest control benefits of preying on other insects. This…Read More