Different types of pests

Large pest such as Rats









Rats are pest species found worldwide. Other than causing damage to equipment and basic environments, they are also the vector of diseases that pose a threat to human life and they compete with men for their food resources.

The most common species of rats is known as the brown rat (Rattus norvegicus). Another species, less common, the black rat or roof rat (Rattus rattus), is found almost exclusively in ports.

Rats lives in the vicinity of men, invading buildings and eating their food. They transmit life-threatening diseases to humans such as Weil’s disease and murine typhus. They are also carriers of harmful organisms to human health such as salmonella (bacteria) and various viruses and parasites such as nematodes and earthworms.

Rats can seriously damage the shell construction, resulting in considerable cost. Fire can easily declare after a rat chewed a cable. Pipes for gas and water are exposed to the same risk, and tunnels dug by rats may undermine building foundations causing damage to watercourses.

Rats can survive up to 2 days of swimming to almost two kilometres at sea and pass through a hole less than 25 mm in diameter.

Pests that is similar to Rats – Mouse

Pests such as Mice that live inside buildings, pose more problems than ever. They nibble at the cables, and are likely to cause fires. They cause damage in stables and other shelters for pets, where they cause significant heat loss – resulting in costly repairs.

Mice carry diseases such as salmonella and are capable of transmitting a type of leptospirosis, but not Weil’s disease. Urine jets that they spread permanently contaminate food products which is a serious problem in poultry and hog barns. This is a serious nuisance in silos, warehouses, shops, hospitals and homes.

This species of pests are so small that it transports easily, even without realizing it, in egg cartons, various types of food packaging, laundry baskets, etc. It is able to squeeze through tiny holes 6 mm in diameter. They build their colonies which are well hidden and reproduce very quickly, causing considerable damage nests. As they reach sexual maturity within approximately 42 days after birth, mice reproduce much faster than rats, which reach maturity only about twice as long.

The difficulty of preventing the mouse to move, coupled with the rapid growth of their populations and the highly dispersed nature of these mice means that a large building can accommodate a large number of colonies, each of which must be treated as an infestation distinct. It is therefore important to perform a systematic review.

Pest Control treatment – Rodenticides

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Small pests such as Cockroaches










Little pests such as Cockroaches, which spread diseases like dysentery, gastroenteritis, diarrhoea, typhoid, polio, salmonellosis, represent one of the most important public health risks.

These pests are most commonly found in commercial premises where food is manufactured or handled, such as restaurants and other catering companies.

They are also quite common in domestic environments (kitchens and sewage).

Cockroaches are nocturnal. They hide during the day in cracks and crevices that are near sources of food and water, such as stoves and sinks.

Complex piping systems and underground pipes which are important constructions make them even more difficult to control. Food contamination occurs when cockroaches move from the waste storage areas to those of food preparation.

They eat almost anything, from food consumed by man to leather and the wall paper in humid areas.

Pests in your room: Bedbugs








Recent reports indicate that the incidence of bedbugs has increased by 500% in recent years – there is at least no doubt that their populations increase.

A number of factors have been associated with the propagation (international travel and migration enlarged, reduced residual insecticides for use in controlling cockroaches).

Homes can become infested with bedbugs in different ways.

They can be in contact with bedbugs in hotels or other type of residence especially if they come from infested furniture or old clothes (eg from flea markets).

The importance of bug infestations varies widely depending on the time elapsed since the initial infestation.

Treatments can be made difficult because bugs thrive in the cracks where they penetrate deeply enough – from 4.5 to 6 m. Bedbugs’ pins, are not known vectors of diseases however, they are nevertheless harmful because of their bite that will cause irritation to your skin.

Pests that are found anywhere in your house: Ants

The two main pests are black ants or garden (Lasius Niger) and pharaoh ants (Monomorium pharaonis). Also harmful, they move over large areas in search of food, and agglomerate around the sources thereof.

Pharaoh ants are the main health risk. As they frequently feed in dirty places such as drains and garbage, they are capable of transmitting pathogens. The problem is particularly serious in the case of infestation sterile environments in hospitals. Infestations can be difficult to eradicate because the workers have the ability to ‘bud’ new colonies if the main colony is subjected to excessive stress.

Uncommon pests – Darkling beetles from poultry houses

Harmful interference on barns. Disrupt poultries and feed on them. Carry diseases (Salmonella sp, for example) and cause damage.

They are nocturnal insects, which have no natural enemies in the environment and which, because of their long association with the birds, are attracted by the ammonia. In case of severe infestation, darkling beetles in search of moisture and food can even kill poultries.

Besides the nuisance caused immediately to poultry, beetles can severely damage buildings – in search of food and suitable place for pupation, they frequently attack wood and insulation materials.

Flying Pests: Chips

One of the serious problems with the chips is their ability to transmit pathogens. This capability is enhanced by the character of promiscuity in their eating habits, as they move from one host to another.

For example, the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis, attacks identically to human, dog, rat and fox.

The human flea, Pulex irritans, occurs in dogs, rats, pigs, mice, badgers, deer and foxes.

The flea infestation can also cause severe inflammation of the skin, and acute itching.

Chips have a potentially late pupal stage and remarkable longevity even after going without food for a very long time. These insects can be contaminated in a house where there is neither man nor animal in it for a long period of time.

Most often fleas bite humans’ legs and ankles, and their bites are generally aligned by 2 or 3. Instantly felt, they tend to become increasingly irritating and may cause discomfort for a week.

Common Flying Pests: Housefly

Widespread throughout the world, houseflies are often associated with human activity. They are found mainly in environments made ​​of organic materials furniture where appropriate breeding conditions are met.

Known to transmit enteritis and parasitic worms, they are associated with the spread of typhoid and cholera. The fly populations are higher in areas of intensive livestock and storage of waste. Growing up, these populations are likely to spread into the surrounding environment, while posing a problem in homes, restaurants, etc.

Dangerous Flying Pests: Wasps

These insects can be beneficial because they kill a considerable number of other harmful like flies, caterpillars, etc. It has significant energy needs. Wasps also feed on nectar from a variety of flowers that are important pollinators of gardens and orchards.

They conduct harmful species. When they collect fragments of wood to build their nests, they gnaw and damage wood fences and buildings. They strip the trunks of trees of their bark, causing dieback of branches and shoots.

In summer, they can cause significant damage in orchards. The presence of nests in crowded areas or near homes can be a real nuisance. Approximately 3-5% of the human population are likely to produce severe reactions to wasp stings.

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