Mosquito - Pest Control Library

Identify common pests with help from our pest library guide. From mosquitoes to bats to earwigs, call Turner Pest Control if they appear in or around your home! Mosquito HABITAT/WOOD PREFERENCE Prefers wooded and watery areas BIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Typically, both male and female mosquitoes feed on nectar and plant juices, but in many species…

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termites active in winter

Termites are a menace to any homeowner in the state of Florida as well as many businesses. While the most common type of termite found doing damage in Florida is the Eastern Subterranean Termite, other species of termites can be found here as well. And it’s important to keep in mind that once you spot…

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cockroaches in florida

Do you believe the only good roach is a dead roach? If so, you’re not the only one. Cockroaches are just plain gross. And where there’s one roach, there’s usually a million more. Check out our extensively creepy collection of cockroaches below. And if you spot any of these ugly critters in your home or business,…

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Beetles can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but beetles when spotted, perhaps best fit the notion of what a “bug” is. Beetles typically are not harmful to humans, but they can do damage and become a nuisance.  Below are just a sampling of some of the beetles that you may encounter around…

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ant control

Got ants in your pantry but don’t know what kind they are? If you want to know what some of the crazy varieties of ants look like – including the crazy ant itself – you’ve come to the right place. Florida Carpenter Ant HABITAT Florida carpenter ant species reside both outdoors and indoors in moist,…

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Pest Control Library

Numerous types of pests reside in the southeast. So, if you live in Florida, it’s very unlikely that you’ll avoid them all. Let’s face it! Pests apparently enjoy this warm, moist climate as much as people do—and, while some of them are simply annoying, others can be dangerous.  To help you identify the specific unwanted…

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