Northern Paper Wasp Facts | Northern Paper Wasp Control | TERRO®
Common Wasp & Hornet Species: Northern Paper Wasp For every colony of northern paper wasps, one queen calls the shots. As a species characterized by its colonies and reproductive dominance, northern paper wasps take their lead from the behavioral patterns of their female leader. Northern paper wasp populations are found throughout temperate North America, from southern Canada to Central America. Read more: http://ow.ly/nNdt30cEUOg
Crazy Ant Facts | Crazy Ant Control | TERRO®
Since they were discovered in 2002, crazy ants have quickly spread to Texas, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana. They form networks of colonies with multiple queens, called "super colonies", and have quickly upped their numbers from a few thousand to hundreds of millions. Read more: http://ow.ly/lmzf30bSJ0Q
Bald Faced Hornet Facts | Bald Faced Hornet Control | TERRO®
Common Wasp & Hornet Species: Bald-Faced Hornet You can remember the bald-faced hornet by the distinctive white markings covering its face and body. This pest is highly territorial of its nest and will sting repeatedly if provoked. Read more:
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Facts & Information | Terro®
There are several different species of stink bugs across the United States. The most common is the brown marmorated stink bug, learn more about this nuisance to homeowners and farmers at TERRO®.
Indian Meal Moths | Indian Meal Moth Control | TERRO®
Learn about Indian Meal Moths including how to identify them by appearance, habitat and diet, as well as control options suitable for Indian Meal Moths. Learn now!