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While we like to talk about insects that are mean, dangerous, or destructive (and how to get rid of them), there’s one insect that homeowners often want to attract. We’re talking about butterflies, of course. You may be surprised to learn that there are more than 150 species of butterflies in Maryland! They are quite beautiful, but are butterflies only something pretty to look at, or do they play a role in our ecosystem? And are there any dangerous species?
Let’s say you’re tired of staying inside and go to your backyard to do some grilling. Maybe you invite a few friends or neighbors over, and everyone is maintaining safe social distances. You’ve got your meat and veggies sizzling, a few beers or other tasty beverage opened, and people seem to be having a good time.
Ants are one of the most annoying insects to invade your home. They can get everywhere and can be a real challenge to get rid of. What’s more, some types can cause major damage to your house or just be an extreme nuisance.
As if mosquitos, bees, and other stinging pests weren’t enough, we now have Murder Hornets to contend with. It sounds like the title of a 50s B-movie horror film, doesn’t it?
It’s that time of year again where all types of buzzing—and stinging—insects threaten backyard festivities. But not all buzzing pests are stinging pests, and not all stinging pests are a threat to humans.
The warmer months are here, and the flowers are all blooming. It’s common knowledge that the beauty we see in spring is thanks to the most famous pollinator: the bee. Bees play an essential role not just in our garden, but around the world.
The weather in our region may be warmer than usual, but that won’t stop some creepy crawly critters from invading your home. One key area bugs like to colonize is basements. Whether finished or not, basements often offer ideal conditions for bugs to make their homes.
Spring is here and that means one thing: Spring insects are coming! It’s this time of year when young insects leave the home looking for food and adventure. They might’ve been hibernating or quietly munching on the insides of your walls, but now that the weather’s getting nicer, they’re likely coming out in force.
One of the most destructive insects to have infest your home is termites. A termite colony can rip through wood and eat away at walls, floors, window sills, and even the foundation of your home. And now that it’s spring, they’re starting to emerge from their winter hiding places looking for new sources of food and to expand their colony.