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Other Pests

Honey Bee

Bumble Bee

Earwig are usually dark brown in color and average about ¾ of an inch in length. They appear threatening with a pincher type apparatus at the end of their tail. However, Earwigs cause no known physical harm to humans.

They hatch from eggs that are laid beneath the soil. Their life-cycle begins with eggs, to 6 stages of nymphs, then to adult. The entire process takes approximately 2 months. Earwigs are usually nocturnal creatures, foraging for food in the outdoors. They will venture inside if the right conditions exsist.

Earwigs can be located in voids to buildings, under debris, or in sandy or clay soils. They primarily feed on plant material, dead insects, or food scraps. Lady Liberty Pest Control has a proven history of eliminating troublesome, unsightly pests, such as the Earwig. Let us free you from this unwanted pest by contacting us today!

Webbing Clothes Moth


Indian Meal Moth


Varied Carpet Beetle

Red Flour Beetle

Domestic Fly






centipede_500x335Centipedes come in a variety of colors. The average Centipede grows to about 2 inches long, has 2 long antennae, a segmented body, with a hard exoskeleton and jointed legs.

A Centipede can move very quickly and is capable of regenerating its legs if one should get cut off. They like to live in moist environments. They are carnivorous and venomous. Centipedes use their venom to kill their prey. The venom is stored in glands that are located near the first set of legs, which act as fangs to inject their venom.

Centipedes feed on spiders, worms, slugs, small animals and other insects. A Centipedes bite can be very painful to a human, but is not known have had any human lethal history. Lady Liberty Pest Control will make the treatment of these pests a priority, keeping your family and friends safe from this venomous pest.

House Mouse


Pocket Gopher