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Posted in High Desert Pest Control Pesticides

Meet the Twins

One thing we really pride ourselves on here at Arizona Bug Company is our ability to create some of the nicest spray equipment around. My…

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Posted in Organic Pest Control Pest Control Rodents

Vesper bats in Arizona

  Vesper bats are the common bats we see flying at dusk in Arizona. They are insectivores that use echolocation to hunt.  It is quite…

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Posted in Bugs

Swarming Subterranean Termites in Sedona

While working in Sedona Arizona this past week during the monsoon season we came across these subterranean termites swarming out of the ground to take…

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Posted in Bugs Cool Bugs

Blister Beetle

Blister beetles get their name because of they have a defensive secretion made up of cantharidin. There are over 7000 species.

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Posted in Bugs

Black Widow Spider

My experience with the Black Widow has been – if you give her space she will run and hide from you.

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Paper Wasp

The Paper Wasp is a social insect with annual nests. The queen builds a nest using chewed wood pulp.

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Posted in Bugs Cool Bugs High Desert

Banded Alder Borer Beetle

Living in the high desert of Arizona you come across some strange insects. This fun looking insect is called the Banded Alder Borer Beetle.

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Posted in Bugs Cool Bugs

Ladybug Larva

Farmers named the beetles “the Beetles of our lady” and they later became known as ladybugs.

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Posted in Bugs Pest Control

Bees in the Springtime

As we start to get into the full swing of spring, it’s a good time to walk around our homes and check for hidden dangers such as beehives.

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Posted in Critters Rodents

Rodents Accessing a Crawl Space in Sedona

Rodents can access your home through the smallest of openings and will often nest in areas they find as shelter.

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