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Learn about Mud Dauber Wasps in Texas

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 09/18/2020

Mud Dauber Wasps   Mud dauber is a common name for a wasp that constructs its nest of mud. There are many species of wasps referred to as mud daubers, such as Organ Pipe mud daubers, black-and-yellow mud daubers and blue mud daubers. Mud daubers are commonly found throughout the United States.   The female […]

Invasive Elm Seed Bugs in Texas

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 09/18/2020

  What are Elm Seed Bugs? While Elm Seed bugs are often confused with Box Elder bugs, these two distinct species cause their own distinct set of problems. There has been an increase of these pests in Texas over the last couple years, as they crowd homes, and make themselves comfortable here. Learn how to […]

Most Common Spiders Found in San Antonio Texas

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 08/04/2020

Black Widow The black widow is considered one of the most venomous spiders in Texas as well as all of North America. Known for their distinctive appearance, females are typically about half an inch long, shiny black with a large globular abdomen and a red hourglass on their underside. Only female black widows bite and […]

When are scorpions most active?

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 08/03/2020

There have been 18 species of scorpions identified to be inhabiting Texas. However, only one of those species can be found throughout the entire state. This scorpion is called the striped bark scorpion, Centruroides vittatus. Adults are about 2 ½ inches long. Striped bark scorpions are yellowish tan with two broad, dark stripes running the […]

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