Mosquito…more like oh no!

Our Tri-State area is home to five different mosquito types that are of importance to us in pest control. They are from the genera Aedes, Anopheles, Coquillettidia, Culex, and Culiseta, while their names can be a mouth full what is important is what you can do to keep them from breeding and living around your […]

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Farm Life

              My fascination with termites is REAL.  So real I decided I couldn’t carry on without a termite farm of my very own. That proclamation is what lead me to where I am today. I recently started a termite farm of my own.  I started small, 100 seemed like […]

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Carpenter Bees Aren’t The Bees Knees

Thursday, July 13th, 2017 by Lacey Vukovich-Short Late Spring early Summer is when you will notice the Carpenter Bees. This is the time they are searching for mates or looking for the perfect location to call home.  Female carpenter Bees are laid back where males are quite aggressive. Try not to worry though, the males are […]

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Ask The Urban Entomologist

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 by Lacey Vukovich-Short Brandon is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science in Entomology,  Brandon’s achievment makes him one of the first urban entomologist in Evansville. He also earned his MBA from Western Govenors University. Brandon has been our Entomologist for over 7 years and loves what he […]

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Carpenter Ants Galore!

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 by Lacey Vukovich-Short Carpenter Ants are one of the largest species among the ants. They are polymorphic workers which just means that in one colony their size can vary. When fully grown they range in size from 6-12 mm in length. Carpenter ants do not eat wood like Termites do. They take […]

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