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Fleas are a type of wingless parasite found worldwide
They feed off the blood of humans and animals such as dogs and cats
Since fleas use a wide range of h
Ants are social insects which live in nests.
They have several Castes with specific duties.
They are often confused with termites (white ants). In fact t
Bed bugs are wingless and dorsoventrally flattened.
There are two species of Bed Bugs in Australia – both of which have been introduced.
You know tha
In Australia most adult beetles emerge in the warmer summer months and the subtropical weather brings plenty of rain.
Before this they spend most of their
Bird mites belong to a group of arthropods, which are morphologically very similar in appearance, yet have very different habits and ecologies.
Many birds were introduced by early European settlers for various reasons: as pest controllers, pets, sport, and to remind them of home
Some introduced bir
There are over 400 species of cockroaches in Australia.
Only 6 species are of any concern to the home occupier.
They apparently had their origin in Africa
Feral Cats kill tens of millions of native animals every night and are found across Australia
There is no effective mechanism for eradicating cats at a lan
Flies can regularly be found in homes and businesses across Australia.
Some species are more common than others and are attracted to different environments
Mosquitoes are blood sucking insects that are responsible for the transmission of many diseases throughout the human and animal populations of the world
Moths far outnumber butterflies both in numbers and species
In Australia, there are over 10,000 named species of moths compared with only about 400 species
Possums are nocturnal
They search for food over rooftops, through treetops, and along power lines and fences – avoiding the ground where they risk do
Rats and mice are mammals.
There are three rodents which we encounter in residential Australia.
The Norway Rat. The Roof Rat. The House Mouse.
Scorpions are common arachnids found in gardens and forests throughout Australia.
They are found under logs, rocks and in shallow burrows in earth banks.
In Australia there is 140 species of land snakes and around 32 species of sea snakes have been recorded in Australian waters
Some 100 Australian snakes are
Australian spiders come in a startling variety of colours, shapes and sizes
There is an estimated 10,000 species inhabiting a variety of ecosystems
For centuries the problem of storing foodstuffs has been with man and continuous effort is required to prevent the entry of pests to food stores
Termites are social insects that build large nests in soil or wood and can occasionally cause damage to wooden structures
They are sometimes called ‘
Ticks are bloodsucking, external parasites that are often encountered by people during activities in the Australian bush.
There are many species known to a