Insects

Bed Bugs

Bed Bug – Cimex lectularius
Bed bugs are blood feeding parasites of humans, bats, chickens and sometimes even domesticated animals. They are suspected carriers of Leprosy, Q Fever, Oriental ...

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Moths

Moths – Lepidoptera
The Moth is an insect that is related to the butterfly and they are both in the order of Lepidoptera. There are many types ...

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Silverfish

Silverfish – Lepisma Saccharina
Silverfish are normally around 5mm long and silvery grey in colour. They are generally found living and breeding in damp cool places ...

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Fleas

Flea – Siphonaptera
There are several types of flea and they all have mouthparts designed to pierce the skin and suck the blood from either a mammal ...

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Ants

Ants – Formicidae
Common Black Ants or Garden Ants do not bite or sting and have not been known to transmit any diseases. They can, however, cause ...

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Wasps & Bees

Facts about Bees and Wasps
Bees and Wasps are quite different both visually and habitually; Wasps tend to be the more aggressive of the two with Bees generally being quite passive creatures.

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Beetles

Beetles - Coleoptera
These beetles are fairly small, measuring 1.5 to 4mm in length. The body is strongly convex, rather like the ladybird beetle and is characterised by...

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Cockroaches

Cockroaches - Periplaneta
Cockroaches commonly found in the UK are: The German Cockroach and The Oriental Cockroach. They are often large insects but range in size...

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Woodlice

Woodlice - Oniscidea
Surprisingly Woodlice are not an insect and are closely related to the crab. They are one of the few crustacea which have successfully colonised land...

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