Even More Spiders (23) Discovered in Australia!
Those incredible scientists in Australia just keep finding more and more new spider species in the vast desert landscape of Australia. Prior to this find, another one that found a whopping 26 new species was reported only months ago. Those spiders just keep popping up. Some of these new ones demonstrate behavior never before seen…Read More
Where Do Bugs Go During The Winter?
Some bugs migrate to warmer climates during the winter months; some hibernate, while others are learning to stick out the cold months thanks to global warming. Bugs have a variety of ways of surviving the winter months. Often times spiders, insects and all types of arthropods will resort to “invasion” in order to avoid succumbing…Read More
Climate Change May Destroy The Reproductive Systems Of Male Insects
Most experts agree that climate change is a reality, and many of them claim that the consequences of climate change are already being felt. You would think that a global temperature increase of one or two degrees fahrenheit would not result in climatic catastrophes, but there is good evidence to suggest that global warming is…Read More
Take Precautions Against a Variety of Pests This Winter
Bug Busters USA shares information on common pests that invade homes during the colder months When Old Man Winter arrives, some pests go into hibernation while others move indoors in search of food and warmth away from the impending snowy weather. We encourage homeowners to brush up on some tips to protect their home from…Read More
It’s a Dog! It’s a Bunny! No, It’s a Spider!
Most spiders that we spot around our homes and outside tend to look pretty similar, with the main body and eight long legs. They also don’t tend to be anywhere near cute, or make one think of a cute bunny rabbit or dog. Well, there is a time and place for everything, and it seems…Read More
Wildlife Control Experts
Wildlife Control | Bug Busters USA It is not unusual for homeowners to find that a group of raccoons, skunks, possums or some other wild animal had gone through their garbage during the night. These wild animals take every precaution to make sure that they are not caught in the act, as they know that…Read More
Termite Infestations Linked With Common Construction Material
When cavity insulation is needed within homes, consumers have traditionally relied on fiberglass batt or loose fill products. However, for the past twenty years, a plethora of alternative insulation products have been introduced. Spray foam insulation eventually replaced fiberglass products as the leading type of cavity insulation within homes. It is also becoming more common…Read More
Tips To Make Sure Wildlife Stays in The Wild
Install door sweeps on exterior doors and repair damaged screens. Install a mesh cover or cap over chimneys. Cover exhaust fan openings, soffit and attic vents, and tops of window wells. Replace loose mortar and weather stripping around the basement foundation and windows. Keep tree limbs cut back 6 to 8 feet from the roofline…Read More
A Teenager Pulls A Massive Centipede Out Of His Ear
Centipedes are universally perceived as one of the ugliest arthropods in existence, which is really saying something considering that all insects and arachnids belong to the arthropod phylum. Most centipedes dwell beneath rocks and burrow into the ground below leaf litter. Centipedes also dwell on trees below the bark. However, centipedes do not typically burrow…Read More
In Big Cities More Insects And Spiders Live Indoors Than Outdoors
Not long ago, researchers in North Carolina conducted the first ever study that explored indoor insect and spider populations. The study found that insect and spiders populations within houses are much larger than previously assumed, and all houses contain a significant amount of insects and spiders of many different species. Also, it turns out that…Read More