CRAWLING INSECTS

There are some cases where crawling insects can be dangerous to health and cause damage to property, a lot of them are more a nuisance, and we probably bring to surface an underlying issue

Woodlice
(Order Isopoda)

Found in damp areas in soil and around buildings, they are a closer relation to prawns and crabs than insects

Yellow Cellar Slug
(Limacus Flavus)

The Yellow cellar slug thought to be in decline in the UK. Most often found in peoples cellars, basements, garden sheds

Common Garden Snail
(Cornu aspersum)

The Common Garden Snail is a herbivore that feeds on plant matter and will come out at night or after rainfall

Silverfish
(Lepisma saccharina)

Found in warm or damp conditions under the bath, in boiler cupboards, storerooms etc

Woolly Bear
(Anthrenus verbasci)

These larvae are known to damage natural fibres such as carpet

Varied Carpet Beetle
(Anthrenus verbascci)

The varied carpet beetle tends to feed on pollen and nectar, but its larvae, the Woolly bear, eat fibres like carpets, clothing

Common Garden Ant
(Lasius Niger)

The Garden ant or black ant is usually found in the garden, beneath paving stories, flower beds and basis of walls

American Cockroach (Periplaneta americana)

The American cockroach is the largest of the common cockroach pests found in Britain

German Cockroach
(Blattella germanica)

The German cockroach is the most common cockroach found in the UK today

Oriental Cockroach
(Blatta orientalis)

The Oriental cockroach both male and female are very dark brown almost black

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