Cigarette beetles often infest tobacco products, as well as other dry goods.
The small, common deer mouse can spread many diseases to human.
Although a beautiful, small bird, house sparrows can cause considerable damage to your facilities, food products and animal feed.
These flies are bright green and have a metallic sheen.
A South American native, experts believe the Argentine ant was introduced to North America via coffee ships from Brazil.
Adult Indianmeal moths are not responsible for damage to stored products, but the larvae cause extensive damage with their feces and webbings.
Small holes, cracks and crevices around your building are key entry points for the house mouse as they can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime.
Attracted to cities where they can nest and roost on ledges and eaves, pigeons can cause damage to buildings and cars with their droppings.
An infestation of red flour beetles in any stored products not only contaminates it, but also gives the product a foul smell and taste.
The Norway rat is the largest commensal rodent and the most common in the temperate regions of the world.