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    Beetles in Australia

    The name ‘beetle’ applies to one of the most widespread scientific families in the animal kingdom.

    The order Coleoptera, to which beetles belong, contains more species than any other order and represents 25% of all known animal life-forms.

    They also represent 40% of known insect species, so it is highly likely that there are a great many species of beetles living in and around your home. Although many species of beetle are relatively harmless, there are just as many that can cause a variety of inconveniences for a household. If you are having trouble with pest beetles and need beetle control, Sydney, or beetle removal, Sydney, then Genera Pest Management can provide for all of your pest control needs!

    Characteristics of beetles

    Beetles are a very diverse species, existing in almost all major habitat types throughout the world. They have also adapted to nearly every kind of diet, from organic debris to carrion, dung and fungi. There some common factors between beetle species, however. For example, beetles are armoured insects, meaning that all species of beetle have plated exoskeletons that provide for strong defence whilst maintaining flexibility. Beetles as a collective also have hard forewings and a particular body structure, containing the head, thorax and abdomen. There are various appendages that vary from species to species, but that body structure remains a constant.

    Possible health risks and
    inconveniences from bees

    Although less aggressive than wasps, bees can still be a danger around the home or workplace. Bees are very territorial, and will protect their hives if they feel endangered. If a beehive is built in or around your home or workplace, moving around as normal could provoke a painful attack. Bee stings cause painful welts and can result in more severe issues, such as nausea and vomiting. For those allergic to bee stings, stings could potentially be fatal; as such, if an infestation is discovered, it is best dealt with quickly, in case a visitor or family member has an allergy.

    Furthermore, there are species of bee officially regarded as dangerous pests. For example, the Asian honey bee is an introduced species that robs the hives of native bees, destroying their honey reserves and preventing them from sustaining themselves. These bees prefer warm environments and will build hives near human structures. Such bees, if identified, should be dealt with swiftly to ensure minimum environmental impact.

    Signs on infestation

    It is fairly easy to identify an infestation of bees; an increase of bee sightings in your area or simply finding a beehive are both straightforward signs of the presence of a large number of bees.

    Need expert help with bees?

    Whatever your situation with bees in the home or workplace, that situation will not be improved by the introduction of yet more bees. To ensure that your home or workplace is safe from the dangers of bees, enlist the professional and efficient services that we at Genera Pest Management can provide. We are fully accredited and have the right equipment to handle your bee problems, and we guarantee 100% customer satisfaction! For the best in bee control, Sydney, and bee removal, Sydney, make sure to call us on 02 9546 7022, or contact us through our website. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Bess beetle
    (Aulacocyclus edentulus)

    Black Carpet Beetle (Attagenus unicolor)

    Blacklegged Ham Beetle (Necrobia violacea)

    Bombardier Beetle (Pheropsophus verticalis)

    Brown Stag Beetle (Rhyssonotus nebulosus)

    Cadelle Beetle (Tenebroides mauritanicus)

    Carcass Beetle (Omorgus alternans)

    Cigarette Beetle
    (Lasioderma serricorne)

    Clerid beetle
    (Eleale lepida)


    Clerid Beetle
    (Eunatalis porcata)


    Click Beetle
    (Elateridae family )


    Common Furniture Beetle
    (Anobium punctatum) - Holes

    Common Furniture Beetle
    (Anobium punctatum)

    Drugstore Beetle (Stegobium paniceum)

    Flat Grain Beetle (Cryptolestes pusillus)

    Green Carab Beetle (Calosoma schayeri)

    Ground Beetle
    (Drypta sp)

    Hairy Fungus Beetle (Typhaea stercorea)

    Hibiscus Flower Beetle (Nitidulidae family)

    Humped-backed Beetle (Rhipiphoridae family sp2)

    Jewel Beetle (Temognatha alternata)

    Larder Beetle (Dermestes lardarius)

    Lesser Grain Borer (Rhyzopertha dominica)

    Lycid Beetle (Lycidae family )

    Merchant Grain Beetle (Oryzaephilus mercator)

    Museum Beetle (Anthrenus museorum)

    Painted Jewel Beetle (Buprestis novemmaculata)

    Powderpost Beetle (Lyctus brunneus)

    Red-legged Ham Beetle (Necrobia rufipes)

    Rhipiphoridae family sp1


    Rove Beetle (Staphylinidae family)

    Sawtoothed Grain Beetle (Oryzaephilus surinamensis)

    Small Hive Beetle (Aethina tumida)

    Soldier Beetle (Cantharidae family)

    Varied Carpet Beetle (Anthrenus verbasci)

    Yellow-horned Clerid (Trogodendron fasciculatum)

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