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Bed bugs

bedbugsBed bugs are small, brownish, flattened insects that feed solely on the blood of animals. The common bed bug, Cimex lectularius, is the species most adapted to living with humans. It has done so since ancient times. Bed bugs are mentioned in medieval European texts and in classical Greek writings back to the time of Aristotle. Other bed bug species prefer to feed on wild hosts, especially bats and birds.

Yellow Jacket

yellowjacketYellow jackets are serious nuisance pests that plague many areas in late summer and fall. They are often most aggressive later in the summer, but it's best to avoid them at all times as they will fiercely defend their nests.

Yellow Jacket are half-inch long wasps, with black and yellow or white markings. They live in papery gray nests, either suspended above ground in vegetation or buried below ground. Their nests, like the volleyball-sized one pictured at the right, have only one opening but can contain over a thousand workers with a single queen. Workers are attracted to meat and sugary items, which they carry back to the nest to share with others.

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