When it rains it pours, and what that means for Termites | Beeline Pest Control
Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 09/30/2020
Rain makes the surrounding environment hydrated and more damp, which leads to easier living for termites. The rain is not a call to action for the termites but more of a window of opportunity. In this video that our Beeline Pest Control specialists captured you can see a colony of termites taking advantage of the […]
When are scorpions most active?
Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 09/18/2020
There have been 9 species of scorpions identified to be inhabiting Utah. Scorpions are arachnids, close relatives of ticks, mites and spiders. They are easily recognized by their characteristic shape. Scorpions prefer dry habitats but occur throughout Utah. They can be a nuisance when they interact with humans because they will sting when disturbed. Even […]
Learn about Mud Dauber Wasps in Utah
Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 08/12/2020
Mud Dauber Wasps Mud dauber is a common name for a wasp that constructs its nest of mud. There are many species of wasps referred to as mud daubers, such as Organ Pipe mud daubers, black-and-yellow mud daubers and blue mud daubers. Mud daubers are commonly found throughout the United States. The female […]
Murder Hornets in Utah
Posted by: Chris Larson On: 07/15/2020
The recent news of the Asian Giant “Murder” Hornets in America has sent the internet buzzing in the recent few days. Two individuals of the world’s largest species of wasps were found in Washington state late last year. Scientists have since been trying to track these invasive wasps and eradicate them.
What are Elm Seed Bugs?
Posted by: admin On: 07/25/2017
While Elm Seed bugs are often confused with boxelder bugs, these two distinct species cause their own distinct set of problems.