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Two New Species Of Maltese Cockroach Discovered As Known Species Increase From Seven To 21 – Lovin Malta

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A Maltese scientist has discovered two previously undocumented species of cockroach that can only be found in Malta, according to a newly-published study.

The discovery was made by naturalist Arnold Sciberras and has been documented in a paper reviewing the current Blattodea a grouping of insects including cockroaches and termites fauna of Malta.

Two new cockroach species to science! Sciberras said in a Facebook post last week. This long-awaited study reviews the current Blattodea fauna of the Maltese Archipelago, increasing the species list from the seven recorded species to 21.

The study is the first of its kind since the 1980s.

The two new species, have been named Kakroc ta Malta (Maltese Cockroach) and Wirdiena tal-Gebla tal-General ta Jeffrey (Jeffreys Fungus Rock Cockroach) named after Sciberras botanist brother Jeffrey.

The Maltese Cockroach has been spotted in various locations around the island, while Jeffreys Fungus Rock Cockroach has been spotted mainly on Fungus Rock.

While both have been described for the same time, Sciberras and his co-author not in their paper that they cannot be certain whether they are endemic to Malta given that the fauna of southern Sicily, as well as Pantelleria and the Pelagic Islands, is not well known.

In addition to his academic work, Sciberras also runs his own pest-control company the Exterminator.

Lovin Malta caught up with him last year to understand his passion for insects.

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Roaching: The Newest Dating Trend To Watch Out For –

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Unless youre an exterminator, its safe to say your knowledge of roaches is probably slim to none. Heres one thing you need to know about these nasty insects. If you see one in your home, they likely have a lot of friends hiding somewhere unseen.Kind of like some of your recent Tinder matches.

Hence the new term Roaching. This is when someone secretly dates and sleeps with multiple people.Emphasis on the word secret there.Someone is only technically a roach if there has been an agreement to go exclusive and they still decide to sneak aroundlike a little bug.

Worried that you might need to fumigate your relationship but youre not sure?

Here are some signs of roaching to look at for:

If any of these sound familiar, its time to have a serious thinking session on whether this breach of trust is worth forgiving or if its time to end things before they get worse.

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Season of the Bat | Local News | – Gloucester Daily Times

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 29th, 2021

In the movie Batman Begins, there is a scene in which the superhero explains why he dresses in a bat costume to fight crime.

Bats frighten me, Batman says. Its time my enemies shared my dread.

Most people have felt that fear when they hear a bat whirring near the ceiling of a darkened bedroom. The angstonly intensifies when theyturn the lights on, and the bat veers past them while it circles the room, trying to find a way out.

Even more unsettling than the behavior of bats is their appearance. As the worlds only flying mammals, with furry bodies, webbed wings and a face like a rodents, they look like bizarre evolutionary experiments.

Its small wonder that, at moments of encounter, some will turn to their towns animal control officer for help in dealing with this winged presence.

I think its usually in the middle of the night, some people will panic and call, said Kathryn Kozikowski, who was previously the animal control officer in North Andover, and now holds that job in Andover. I do get quite a number of calls about bats in the house.

Such intrusions are especially common now, in late summer, when young bats are learning to fly and feed on their own, as described in MassWildlifes Massachusetts Homeowners Guide to Bats.

You might find these inexperienced young when they fall down a chimney, travel down the attic stairway, fly through anopen window, or land on the ground, said the guides seventh edition, published in 2020.

The most important consideration in removing bats from the house is never to touch one with bare hands. The simplest solution is to keep them in one room by closing the door, then open a window so they can fly out.

But sometimes a bat will tire and cling to the wallpaper, or to the back of some curtains, and at this point they can be captured for removal.

I will use what I have available to me, which usually is a cardboard box or Tupperware container, Kozikowski said.

After trapping the animal inside, and slipping a piece of carboard or heavy paper between the opening and the wall, the bat can be carried outside and released.

If I dont have either of those available, Ill use a bird net, Kozikowski said. All of these make it easy enough to move the bat out of the house to a nearby branch where he can take off.

But if the bat was discovered and captured in a room where someone was sleeping, it should be handed over for rabies testing.

You dont know if it landed on you and scratched on you, said Ellen Bistany, animal control officer in Lawrence for 28 years. Most of the cases, Ive had to have it tested for rabies. I havent had any come back positive lately, but a while back I had one come back positive, and the whole family had to have shots.

If bats appear in your house only rarely, theres a chance that this visitor flew down the chimney or through an open door. That happened in Lawrence recently, in an incident that Bistany handled.

The guy had opened his sliding doorhe had an old dogand he saw something fly in, and it went right into a kitchen cabinet, Bistany said. So he shut the door and locked it in.

She retrieved the bat with a retractable bird net and, since there had been no contact with the man, let it go.

But if bats make recurring appearances inside a home, they are probably not accidental visitors, but rather permanent residents in an attic or wall. They may even be part of a colony, which MassWildlife defines as 10 or more bats living together.

Bats that live in attic colonies start looking for cooler locations in late summer, and sometimes crawl through openings near a pipe or vent into rooms below, which is another reason why intrusions are common at this time of year.

Anyone who suspects that they may be hosting a colony should know that animal control officers cant help them, beyond providing some general advice.

Were not trained to go in and remove colonies, Kozikowski said.

Bats are protected in Massachusetts, because they have enormous ecological value as consumers of insects, and several species have been decimated by White-Nose Syndrome, which they get from a fungus in caves.

Bats are scary, but theyre good, Bistany said. They eat all the mosquitoes.

Only licensed Problem Animal Control agents can conduct a bat exclusion, and this time of year, from August 1 to mid-October, is one of two times during the year when they can do that.

An exclusion involves fixing one-way doors to the spots where bats enter and exit a house, then completely sealing off all other possible entrances, to keep bats from getting back inside after they leave at dusk to eat bugs.

If these passages were sealed earlier in the summer, before the young could fly, they would die inside the house when parents were unable to return and feed them.That would not only be bad for the bats, but would also create a health hazard for humans inside the house.

The month of May is the only other time when exclusions are allowed, with the aim of keeping adults from getting inside and bearing their young.

The Massachusetts Homeowners Guide to Bats provides tips on helping people identify how and where these colonies are forming in their house.

It also provides information on different methods for conducting bat exclusions, along with plans for bat houses, which can provide evicted bats with a new home.

But for anyone who would rather leave the job to a licensed agent,Kozikowski recommends hiring someone who specializes in bats, and who comes with a recommendation from someone they trust. Bistany said she tells renters who get bats inside to call their landlords, so they can handle it.

Chris Mulcahy of Pest-End, an exterminator that operates in Methuen and Plaistow, said his firms wildlife division has started more than 120 bat exclusions this season.

He said that bats, in addition to choosing houses that have cracks and crevices that they can enter, like to live in locations where they can find food.

If youre close to wetlands, and have lots of bugs in the area, theres a reason they chose where they chose, he said.

Mulcahy said that they use wire mesh to seal up alternate entry points, so squirrels cant chew their way through. They also make their own one-way doors from plastic tubes.

We create little fingers off the end, so that allows the bat to drop out, but it keeps the end of that one-way door a little tougher for them to find their way back, he said.

Mulcahy said some people use hardware mesh for their one-way doors, but he thinks that could damage a bats wing. He also said they never re-use the tubes, to make sure bats crawling through them wont get White-Nose Syndrome.

We treat every bat as though it was susceptible, Mulcahy said.

The weather can effect how long it takes to exclude a colony, he said, but he tends to leave one-way doors in place for a month.

Usually the bats are going to leave within a week or so, Mulcahy said.

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Rosie on the House: Rid your home of pests – Arizona Daily Star

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 29th, 2021

If you have scorpions or black widows, which can be dangerous, call a pest control professional to get rid of them.

Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Question: How can I get rid of crickets in and around my home?

Answer: If youre seeing crickets inside your home, then more serious predators are sure to follow. Get rid of those crickets fast.

Heres what not to do: Dont empty a can of Raid on those creepy crawlers. Sure, youll drown the ones you can see, but their friends will simply sidestep the chemicals when they come out of their hiding places.

A better strategy is to find out where theyre hiding and lure them out with a granular food bait that will trap them. You also can use sticky traps or concoct your own traps using a jar containing some water and molasses.

Q: How can I get rid of ants around my house and yard?

A: We have compiled a list of recommendations from the hosts, listeners and Rosie on the House extermination partners.

Small apple slices (kills the queen ant due to digestive problems)

Corn meal (may harm bird digestion, use with caution)

Grits (safe for bird digestion)

Cinnamon (deterrent only)

Avon Skin So Soft in a spray bottle, diluted with water (also helpful to keep mosquitoes off your skin)

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This Week in Jane’s World – Ants, Bees & Other Uninvited Guests – Old Mission Gazette

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 29th, 2021

Im not a huge fan of summer. As soon as the last snowstorm hits in May, I start counting the days until the next snow will fly. Thats probably not something you hear a lot of people say here in northern Michigan, but I have my reasons.

First, Im not crazy about heat and humidity, both of which keep me off my beloved trails on the north end. Id even risk seeing the naked guy out there at this point, but its just been too hot and buggy lately. I just ordered a mesh netting thing to go over my head and keep the mosquitoes from chewing on me well see how that works. Im basically covered in bites from spring until the first frost, and the mosquitoes seem like theyre working overtime this summer.

Its especially discouraging that Tim and I can be in the same swarm of mosquitoes, and theyll all come after me, leaving him completely fine. If theres even one mosquito in the house, it will terrorize me.

Second, when we built our log home here on Bluff Road 25 years ago, we had no idea that every insect and creature known to man would think it was THEIR log home. So, as soon as that last snowflake leaves the sky in the spring, all of them start invading our house ants, bees, wasps, spiders, moths, birds and sometimes even mice.

Although in recent years, the mice tend to set up their communes in our cars, prompting Tim to run traplines in every vehicle we own. Its all fun and games until you realize in the Meijer parking lot that youve been hauling around an uninvited guest. I apologize to whomever had to empty the trash bin. When I got home, Tim wondered why I hadnt saved the trap. No. Just no.

(I had a picture of the expired mouse here, but Tim made me take it out. Click here if youd like to see it.)

This summer, the bees and ants have been exceptionally busy making cozy homes in our log walls. Tim spent several days spraying the holes with bug killer and filling them with foam, only to have the creatures make new homes in the foam. A week on, it seems like they might be taking the hint. Im sure our walls are now harboring a large graveyard of ants and bees in there.

Honestly, I would rather have this guy, who was also recently evicted

This week, we decided to finally tear out the shower in our bathroom on the first floor. It was ancient and gross and had some water damage. I knew there were carpenter ants in the walls behind it, because Ive been spraying them since spring. I just didnt realize how many were there until the shower came out.

Again, we sprayed bug killer in there and flushed a bunch of ants out of the walls. Weve really enjoyed watching them crawl out and collapse on the floor, staggering around in circles until they die a miserable death. Awww are you having a bad day? I like to say. Its about to get worse.

This is what it looked like AFTER hed taken out a dustpan full of ants. Thankfully, I was in town when that happened. Knowing how much I LOVE bugs, he stopped me at the door to warn me of the gruesome crime scene. Some fell to their death through the drain hole into the basement.

Ive also been spraying around the outside of the house all summer, but it might be time to call in the experts (an exterminator). Especially since I just murdered a big spider in the living room. I could have sworn he chirped at me before I sent him to Boot Hill. Do spiders chirp?

And yes, I realize that all of you spiders out there have many redeeming qualities, but take note, if you are in my house, you are going to die. I am not taking you outside.

Is it winter yet?

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Mum red-faced after realising mistake in picture of ‘ladybirds’ visiting her home – The Mirror

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 29th, 2021

A mum who claims to feel connected to ladybirds thought shed found two of the bugs in her home but was left horrified when she was told what the insects actually were

An unsuspecting mum thought something beautiful was going to happen in her life when she discovered what she thought was two ladybirds on her bed one morning.

The mum said she had always felt drawn to the insects so was pleased to see them inside her home, and even referred to the creatures as her good luck sign.

She wrote on Facebook : Ive always felt drawn to ladybugs. I don't know what it is. I just feel connected to them. This morning on my bed, I found a mama and baby ladybug on my bed, and I feel like today is my day and something beautiful is going to happen! Do yall have any good luck signs?

However, the mums delight turned to horror when the post was shared on Reddit and users pointed out the truth behind her ladybirds.

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The bugs on her bed were not the cute insect she thought they were but were actually nasty bed bugs that could make her life a nightmare if left untreated.

One sympathetic commenter wrote: I always feel so terrible when anyone gets bed bugs. Those things will make your life a living hell.

But a less helpful person joked: She should name them Itchy and Scratchy.

Thankfully, other people were on hand to offer helpful tips to get rid of the bugs, or at least stave off any nasty bites until an exterminator could visit the property.

One wrote: Just a quick PSA, but if youre getting bit by bed bugs and have to endure until an exterminator can treat your place: lavender oil, and long clothing when getting ready for bed, (full sleeve shirts, sweat pants) helps a lot!

I bought some strong lavender lotion and would lather up after bathing. Bedbugs went from absolutely LOVING me, to avoiding my existence till we could get our apartment cooked.

While another added: If you ever get bed bugs, honestly? Throw away everything you own and move somewhere new. It's not worth the paranoia.

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Armadillos have invaded the Lowcountry and are here to stay – Charleston Post Courier

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 15th, 2021

SUMMERVILLE At first glance, Joanna Reese thought a possum was burrowing around her live oak trees in the familys Summerville backyard.

But as Reese approached the ugly rodent, she realized it wasnt a possum after all.

Reese, who moved to the Nexton community only a year ago, was actually very familiar with this armored mammal, having seen plenty of armadillos around her former West Texas home.

I thought Id seen the last armadillo when I moved away from Lubbock, Reese said. Youd see armadillos all over the place out there. I dont know how they found me again all the way from Texas, but they did.

It certainly wont be the last armadillo sighting for Reese in the Summerville neighborhood. Armadillos have invaded the Lowcountry, especially in rural parts of Dorchester and Berkeley counties.

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources considers armadillos a nuisance and a health hazard. They can infect humans with leprosy and a parasite that causes Chagas disease. Chagas disease can cause swelling and fever.

Weve seen a significant uptick in armadillos in South Carolina over the past five years, especially around Walterboro and Summerville, said DNR biologist Alicia Farrell. Armadillos started to migrate east and over the past five years theyve expanded their range, so having them in this is area is not a huge surprise. It was just a matter of time.

DNR cautions residents not to touch armadillos with their bare hands and to avoid contact with their blood and fluids.

Before the 1850s, armadillos werent found north of the Rio Grande River, but they started expanding their range northward. After showing up in Florida in the late 19th century, they moved up the East Coast toward South Carolina.

The first armadillos began to show up along the lower South Carolina coast in the 1990s. Since then, they have extended their range as far as the Appalachian foothills and are still going. Once thought to be limited by cold weather, the pests have shown to be able to dig in to wait out the winter.

There are approximately 20 known armadillo species in the world, and the main one found in South Carolina is the nine-banded armadillo.

This rapid geographical expansion is attributed to the lack of natural predators to control the population. The shell of this critter is so tough it takes the bite of a cougar or an alligator to penetrate.

They are here to stay and will only expand their range and become more and more common over the next few years, Farrell said.

Armadillos are burrowing machines. They plow their way through gardens, lawns and any other loose dirt looking for insects such as beetles, grubs, worms, ants and termites. They burrow 7 or 8 inches in diameter and up to 15 feet in length.

The creatures especially like to burrow near young trees, which is what Reese experienced.

We have these small oak trees in our backyard and they have burrowed at the base of the trees, Reese said. They made these giant holes, and now the root system for the trees have almost been totally destroyed. The trees are starting to dry out. Its a disaster, and its all because of these nasty little beasts.

DNR cautions residents not to touch armadillos with their bare hands and avoid contact with their blood and fluids. File/Staff.

Once they make themselves at home, it can take a professional animal trapper and a lot of chemical repellent to discourage them.

They are starting to become a big problem in the area, said Bill Lamson-Scribner, a horticulturalist and critter expert affiliated with Possum Landscape and Pest Control Supply.

Managing the food source is the best way to control the armadillo population. Using a systemic grub treatments that contain imidacloprid as an active ingredient can be applied to the lawn area in late spring.

There are traps and repellents that have beeneffective as well.

Start with cutting off their food source and then use a trap or repellent, Lamson-Scribner said.

Farrell said armadillos are not attracted to bait in most traps, so funneling the critters towards a trap might be the best strategy.

Put a two-by-four board against your house and just heard them toward the trap, Farrell said.

They have become enough of a pest statewide that DNR regularly fields complaints. Its open season to hunt them on private land, even at night.

Homeowners have the right to trap and euthanize the animal," Farrell said. They can also hire a professional exterminator or trapper, but what a homeowner cant do is trap them and then let them loose on someone elses property.

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Step-by-step guide on how to get rid of bed bugs – NewsBytes

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on August 2nd, 2021

Last updated on Jul 30, 2021, 04:59 pm

Bed bugs are tiny creatures that are quite stubborn to get rid of. The presence of these insects has nothing to do with how clean your house is and they can practically come up from nowhere. However, if your home has clutter, you will require a lot of patience to rid them away. Here's a step-by-step guide on the best approach you can practice.

So you have itchy rashes after a night's sleep but aren't sure of where they came from? If the rashes are accompanied by curved-shaped bite marks, chances are that you have been bitten by a bed bug. The bites may also swell up to blisters. However, if you aren't sure whether a bite is from a bed bug, consult your doctor at the earliest.

Identifying the areas infected by bugs is important to prevent them from reproducing. Using a torchlight, check for dark spots or reddish stains on your mattress. While it may be hard to spot the bugs due to their tiny bodies, the seams of the couch, furniture joints, and curtain folds are few of the places that you must carefully check.

Once you identify the spots, it is important to contain them to avoid further spread of the bugs. A quick way to do this is by running your vacuum cleaner over any possible hiding places. After thoroughly vacuuming all the identified spots, seal the vacuumed contents in a plastic bag and clean it. Wash the linens and dry them in the hot sun.

Even if you've wiped out all the bed bugs in vicinity, check the infested areas once a week for signs of activity. You should also place bed bug interceptors that can trap these red insects before they climb onto any furniture. Bed bugs are hardy creatures to get rid of, and if they don't go away, you'll have to call in a professional exterminator.

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Termites Vs. Ants: Real Ways to Tell Them Apart –

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on July 19th, 2021

Although they share specific characteristics, termites and ants are two different types of insects. They each present their own problems and require different treatment services. When it comes to termites vs. ants, one can be commonly seen in the open, while the other is more discreet but causes severe destruction to the home. Whether you need to get rid of flying ants or call in a termite exterminator, its advised to recognize the following differences before taking action.

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You can look closely at the antennae of the species youre trying to identify to determine whether its an ant or a termite. While ants have elbowed or bent antennae, termites have straight antennae. Although this may seem like a subtle difference, its enough to tell the insects apart so you can proceed with extermination or other services should you need them.

Once youre close enough to compare the bodies of termites to ants, youll likely see that the abdomen on a termite has no defined waist. Unlike ants, which have a well-defined, pinched body, termites are rectangular. If you can inspect both insects closely, this difference can help you determine which pest is present.

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Since ants typically dont eat wood, they likely arent the cause of any significant structural damage to your home, should you have any. On the other hand, termites consume mainly wood, paper, and other cellulose-rich substances and can wreak havoc on a home. If you notice wood damage on your property, you may need to call in an expert to determine if termites are to blame. Piles of sawdust or wood pellets are other indicators that theres likely a termite infestation, and the problem needs to be treated.

Ants are omnivores, which means their diet consists of food from both plants and animals. Theyre also attracted to debris from food, which is why you might have seen a line or group of ants surrounding waste from a public trash can or near a pet food bowl. Termites, however, strictly consume cellulose-rich items such as wood and paper. Theyre more likely to be found in drywall, cardboard, insulation, wood, and other materials that contain the cellulose they seek.

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The life cycle of an ant consists of four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Although queen ants can live for years, the typical worker ant usually only lives for a few months. The termite life cycle, however, is much longer. Queen termites can live for decades, while common termites survive for a couple of years. Termites have more life cycle stages than an ant: egg, larva, nymph, molting, and full maturity. Because of this extended life cycle and the colonys social order, termites live longer than ants.

Although both flying ants and winged termites have four wings, the appearance of their wings can help you determine which one you may be dealing with. Termites have wings that are equal in length and are longer than their bodies, while flying ants wings are unequal in length. An ants back hind wings are shorter than its front fore wings, and they are pretty proportional to their bodies. Termites also have very fragile wings that can fall off easily, and if you see fallen wings in your home, this can sometimes indicate an infestation.

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If youve spent a decent amount of time outdoors, its safe to assume youve seen ants either in your yard or in other outdoor settings. If so, youve seen their dark-colored bodies. Ants are often dark red to black in color and can be frequently seen in the open as they gather and look for food. On the other hand, termites are translucent and light-colored or white, and they tend to avoid light. Its unlikely youve seen them outside unless youve been actively searching for them, as they tend to congregate in dark places.

Both ants and termites can require the help of a professional exterminator or pest control expert to eliminate the problem and ensure your home is free from potential damage. But since termites can cause structural damage that isnt always immediately noticeable, its best to consult a professional once youve identified them. Fire or carpenter ants can also be hard to eliminate on your own, so its wise to seek help if the pesky insects continue to infiltrate your home, whether theyre outdoors or inside.

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Pest Control Toronto | Pesticon Exterminator Services

Recommended by Dikshit Aryal, Published on July 19th, 2021

We are an experienced and highly trained group of exterminators who have the skills to eradicate any type of pest issue in your home or business. Professional pest control is an important practice that ensures that homes and business premises are safe and enjoyable to live and work. Mice, bed bugs, termites, beetles, roaches, earwigs, mites, silverfish, carpet beetle, wasps, bees, centipedes, flies and ants are some of the most common pests that invade properties in Toronto.

If your home or business premises are infested by any pests, consider seeking help from experts. Our unique standards in service delivery have set us apart from the rest. We have earned the honours of an A+ rating according to the Better Business Bureau and a HomeStars rating of 9.8. We also have a 4.8 Star rating on Google; please read our Google Reviews. We have also been featured in Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Toronto Life, Global News and Huffington Post.

We provide reliable and effective pest control services that you can trust, hire a Toronto pest control business that specializes in bed bug extermination.

A Pesticon technician is highly trained and certified by the SPMAO and the Ministry of Environment and is highly recommended by HomeStars & Google reviewers.

Our exterminators are well trained in identifying pest infestations, our pest technicians can effectively eradicate them. Pesticon is fully registered and legally operates in Toronto and all parts of the GTA.

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