Pest Id

Pest Identification (Click On Pest For Information)

Ants and Termites

Carpenter Ant

Carpenter Ant

Termite Swarmer

Termite Swarmer

Carpenter ant and Swarmer Termite

Ant Versus Termite

Pavement Ant

Pavement Ant

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Pharaoh Ant

GeneralAnts

General Ant

Parasites and Blood Consumers

BedBugIcon

Bed Bug

Cat Flea

Cat Flea

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Mosquito

TickIcon

Dog Tick

Bees & Wasps

Yellow Jacket

Yellow Jacket

Golden Digger Wasp

Digger Wasp

Carpenter Bee

Carpenter Bee

Roaches

German Roach

German Roach

WoodRoachIcon

Wood Roach

AmericanCockroachIcon

American Roach

Oriental RoachIcon

Oriental Roach

Spiders

Wolf Spider

Wolf

Brown Recluse

Brown Recluse

Black Widow Spider

Black Widow

Assorted Crawling Pests

HouseCentipedeIcon

Centipede (House)

StoneCentipedeIcon

Centipede (Outside)

EuropeanEarwigIcon

Earwig

Silver Fish

Silver Fish

Sow-Pill Bug

Sow-Pill Bug

Wester Conifer Seed Bug (Stink Bug)

Stink Bug

Assorted Flying Pests

Cluster Fly

Cluster Fly

Fruit Fly

Fruit Fly

Clothing Webbing Moth

Clothing Moth

House Fly

House Fly

PhoridFlyIcon

Phorid Fly

Indian Meal Moth

Grain Moth

Rodents and Moles

MouseIcon

Mouse

NorwayRatIcon

Norway Rat

Mole

Mole

Birds

Pigeon

Pigeon

Canadian Goose

Goose

Sparrow

Sparrow

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We would like to give credit where credit is due and acknowledge the great photographers that helped with their outstanding pictures for our Pest ID section. The pictures have had the background cut out to allow for easy identification at their small size.


Pharaoh Ant – James Castner, University of Florida / Ameracan Cockroach – Clemson University / Oriental Cockroach – Clemson University / Wood Roach – Kansas Department of Agriculture / SilverFish – Lesley Ingram / House Spider – Joseph Berger /Black Widow Spider – Clemson University / Brown Recluse Spider – Eddie McGriff / Wolf Spider – Eugene E. Nelson / House Fly – Clemson University – Subterranean Termites – USDA Forest Service Archive / Termite Tubes – USDA Forest Service Archive / Termite Swarmer – USDA Forest Service Archive / Stone Centipede – Joseph Berger / Pill Bug – Gary Alpert / Pavement Ant – Joseph Berger / Mosquito – Davis Cappaert / Meal Moth – Whitney Cranshaw / House Centipede – Joseph Berger / German Cockroach – Clemson University / Fruit Fly – Mohammed El Damir / Earwig – Joseph Berger / Cluster Fly – Whitney Cranshaw