Ants cause problems primarily when they forage in buildings for food or water, or when they construct nests in buildings and gardens.
There are many varieties of spiders in Australia, all of which thrive in different conditions. Some spider varieties that are commonly found inside homes have adapted to the conditions indoors and can live in a less humid atmosphere and with less food consistently available, and some can even survive for months on end without food or water!
Rodents (rats & mice) are a serious issue that affect many Australian homes. Our homes are very attractive to them, as they provide them with everything they need: food, water and shelter.
It may be easy to use pesticides such as pyrethroid to kill adult mosquitoes, but the problem will still persist. These types of products are not effective when it comes to dealing with larvae. This is where pest experts can help you. Liberty Pest Control technicians can deal with adult mosquitoes as well as take care of mosquito breeding grounds.
Flies are well-travelled, cosmopolitan pests and are particularly prevalent in farms and homes.
Houseflies can transmit intestinal worms.
Cockroaches are one of the most common pests in Melbourne homes and businesses. They favour conditions similar to those that humans create, which is why effective cockroach control and cockroach management in Melbourne is so important. Cockroaches can contaminate food, utensils and preparation areas with droppings, cast skins, egg sacs, regurgitation marks and foul odours.
Fleas are a common household pest especially prevalent when you or neighbouring properties have pets. Flea bites to some people and pets can just be an irritation, but for others the bites can cause an allergic reaction and result in rashes.
Ticks are blood-sucking parasites, They can feed on mammals and on warm-blooded creatures such as dogs and humans, birds, possums, and reptiles.
Beetles are tiny pesky insects that may be difficult to see with the naked eye. But, they sure leave noticeable damage to textiles around your home.
Bed bugs are wingless insects that are oval in shape and 5-6mm long as an adult. They are a rusty brown in colour and change to a deeper reddish brown after a meal of blood. An Adult bedbug can live for 6 months at room temperatures of around 20C and much longer in colder climates. After mating, each female lays 2-3 eggs a day throughout her lifespan.
The adult fungus gnat is a small black fly, about 3-4 mm in length. They are commonly seen swarming in greenhouses because they are attracted by the humidity, high temperatures and decomposing organic matter.
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