About Occasional Invaders
OCCASIONAL INVADER CONTROL PROGRAMS FOR YOUR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Boxelder bugs get their common name from the fact that they are often found on and around boxelder trees.
Camel crickets get their common name from their humpbacked appearance, which is like that of a camel.
House crickets get their common name from the fact that they often enter houses where they can survive indefinitely.
Silverfish get their name from the insect’s silvery, metallic appearance and fish-like shape and movements.
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) is considered an invasive species, or a pest of foreign origin, as it was introduced to the United States from Eastern Asia in the mid-1990s.
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