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A-Z Pests And Pest Control Library Sydney

A Pest and pest control library of A to Z quality descriptions, pictures and videos about pests you would find in Sydney and methods used to prevent and manage them by Micropest Pest Control Sydney.

  • Ants and Ant Control Sydney

    Ants

    Information about Ants and ant pest control methods.

  • Bed Bugs

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    Bed Bugs

    A very informative page about all the facts you need to know about bed bugs.

  • How to get rid of Bed Bugs?

    A step by step method on how to get rid of bed bugs, using the latest and safest bed bug pest control treatments.

  • VIDEO - Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Bites, How to find Bed Bugs?

    Quality information about about bed bugs ,bites and how to find them.

  • Bed Bugs Elimination

    How to prepare your house befour you treat it for bed bugs.

  • VIDEO - Bed Bugs And Bed Bug Pest Control Treatment Sydney Australia

    Quality information on how a bed bug treatment is conducted.

  • Bees

  • Bees

    Information about bees and bee pest control methods.

  • VIDEO - Bee Pest Control

    Quality information about bees and bee elimination.

  • Beetles

    There are over 350000 different species of beetles in the world of which 3000 are in Australia and approx 250 species in Sydney. Beetles make up 40% of the insect population and there are approximately eight times the amount of beetles than there are birds, fish and mammals put together.

  • Bogon Moths

    The Bogong moth (Agrotis Infusa) comes from the insect family Noctuidae and in the warm spring months are quite common around the Harbour Bridge, CBD of Sydney this and all over the upper and lower North Shore of Sydney.

  • Borers, Wood Borers & Tree Borers

    Woods have proved to be a happy hunting ground for a great many insects - most of them being varieties of beetles. They have developed specialised preferences, some going for moist or green wood as found in the forest, some enjoying moist to dry timber and the ones of most concern to householders the dry timber borers.

  • Bugs

    There are many types of bugs in Sydney; Bed Bugs, Aphids, Cicadas, Scale Insects and the True Bugs which are all members of the insect group Himiptera. The most common thing all bugs have is a sucking beak like mouth parts that suck the juice out of plants and sometimes blood out of mammals.(bed bugs) There are approximately 60,000 species world wide of which 5600 species are known to be in Australia.

  • Bush Turkey

    Bush Turkeys are a large bird, up to 75 cm long, with a wingspan of about 85 cm, with a red head and black feathers. They have a superficial resemblance to the North American turkey, but are only distantly related.

  • Carpet Beetles

    The Australian Carpet beetle is a native member of a group of beetles that frequently invade homes. Adults are from two to three millimetres in length, and they are found throughout Australia in urban areas, forests and woodlands.

  • Caterpillars

    A skin reaction commonly called Caterpillar dermatitis is the result of the penetration of the skin by particular types of hairs from some, but not all, of the caterpillars we describe as hairy.

  • Centipede's

    Micropest centipede pest control Sydney is a prominent long established centipedes and centipede control company based in Sydney Australia. These narrow, elongated, many leg arthropods, red to blue- black and colour and from 25 to 125 mm in length, are ubiquitous inhabitants of the soil.

  • Cockroaches

  • German Cockroaches

    The German cockroach is one of the most common roaches found in apartment houses, restaurants and hotels. German cockroach (eggs included) are “brought in” usually on mans belongings, luggage, boxes or packages. They produce the most eggs, have the shortest development cycle, best survival rate of the young, and the most adaptive feeding habits of most of the roaches.

  • VIDEO - German Cockroaches AND Cockroach Pest Control

    The German cockroach is one of the most common roaches found in apartment houses, restaurants and hotels. German cockroach (eggs included) are "brought in" usually on mans belongings, luggage, boxes or packages. They produce the most eggs, have the shortest development cycle, best survival rate of the young, and the most adaptive feeding habits of most of the roaches.

  • Australian Cockroaches

    Contrary to their name, Australian cockroaches originated from the Asian region and adapted to the household environment. The Australian and German cockroaches are notorious for transmitting diseases and must certainly be controlled in kitchens and other such environments!

  • American Cockroaches

    American Cockroaches prefer organic matter, but will eat anything when inside. Sweets are attractive to them. They will also eat starchy items such as book bindings and the back of wall paper.

  • Smokey Brown Cockroaches

    These cockroaches are small, dark brown mahogany, black in colour. Adults have well-developed wings, that stretch to the tip of the abdomen.

  • Oriental Cockroaches

    The female Oriental Cockroach is one and quarter inch in length, the male in one inch in length. The Oriental Cockroach is shiny black in colour. They have wings but neither the male or female can fly.

  • Fabric Pests - Moths, Carpet Beetles, Book Louse & Silverfish

    The most common fabric pests evident in Sydney are Moths, Carpet Beetles, Book Louse and Sliverfish.

  • Fleas

  • Fleas

    The following flea information is a home owners guide to educate consumers about flea identification, reproduction, habitat, flea pest control and how to reduce the chances of getting fleas in the house. Fleas and flea pest control has been an issue presenting itself to humanity since the beginning of time.

  • VIDEO - Fleas and Flea Control

    Fleas are an epidemic from November to March in Sydney. The process is 7-14 days long. When the fleas move around they collect the flea pest control treatment on their legs and when they groom themselves they ingest the microdots of the treatment. Cisilin 25 is odourless, non toxic, pet friendly and an environmentally friendly pest control treatment.

  • Flies

    The term "flies" is not precise. ln common speech it usually means insects which are either houseflies or blowflies or others sufficiently similar to these for us to be uncertain about their identity. In public health a similar meaning applies but with an added association with human beings or their dwellings.

  • Leeches

    Leeches are flattened, segmented worms, found mostly in freshwater environments, with a few species found on land and in marine environments.

  • Lice

  • Lice (Mites) and Lice Pest Control

    Lice (Mites) and Lice Control Sydney. Got an unexplainable itch? There is a good possibility you could have mites or lice. There are eight main types of lice (mites) prevalent in Sydney, Bird lice, Rat lice, the Sydney grass lice, the Clover lice, Head lice, Body lice, Dust mite and Scabies.

  • Head Lice

    Blood sucking ectoparasites of humans, from the family of lice Pediculidae. Adult Head lice are 2.5-5mm long, They have six legs, well developed eyes, small antennae and a flattened light brown body.

  • Body Lice

    Small flattened insects with a slightly elongated lobed abdomen, a distinct head, small eyes, a pair of short antennae and six legs, each terminating in a strong claw. Adult lice are 2-4mm in length, greyish in colour, but redden after feeding on blood. Female body lice will lay their eggs (or nits) along the seams or hems of clothes (especially underwear) that are adjacent to the surface of the skin.

  • Millipedes

    These are usually black, elongated and cylindrical, many-legged arthropods that produce a glandular secretion which usually produces a brown stain on the skin.

  • Mosquitoes (Culicidae)

    These blood-sucking insects, commonly about 3-6 mm in length, can be recognised on sight by most people; nevertheless many insects submitted for identihcation as mosquitoes are actually smaller or larger non-biting flies (usually midges or crane- flies). Mosquitoes are found in virtually all situations where water is available for breeding.

  • Pest Control Defintions and Pests

    A list of pests and pest control definitions.

  • Pest Inspections Sydney

    A pest inspection locates and identifies pests around a house or building.

  • Rats

  • Rats

    The latest information about rats and rat control by Micropest rat control Sydney. Rat control is commonly undertaken when economic loss is experienced or a rat has been seen in a building or house.

  • Rat Pest Control using Stratgem Bait

    Information about Stratagen rat bait one of the top rat baits on the market.

  • Sandflies, Midges & Sandfly

    These very small blood-sucking flies are commonly referred to as sandflies along the Australian coastline but in north-western New South Wales and western Queensland the "sandfly" is a different type of fly altogether. "Biting midge" is the acceptable name for Ceratopogonidae in most parts of the world. Not all the biting midges suck the blood of mammals but the majority of those that do belong to the genus Culicoides.

  • What are scabies and how do I treat them?

    Scabies mites live within the subcutaneous tissues of the skin on humans causing the condition known as scabies; similar mites cause "mange" in wild and domestic animals.

  • Termites

  • Coptotermes acinaciformis

    Termites are a very tenacious, aggressive, covert and destructive termite species. They account for greater than 70% of serious termite damage to Australian buildings, and are the most widely distributed termite species in Australia.

  • Schedorhinotermes Intermedius Termites

    Schedorhinotermes species of termites are very timid and if you disturb them enough, which is generally very little, they get up and they move to another part of the building and start eating, making them very hard to treat.

  • Nasutitermes Termites

    There are three species of Nasutitermes termites, all of whom are distinguished by termite soldiers with pointed heads. Nasutitermes Exitiosus usually live in a mound that protrudes 30 to 75 cm above the ground, 30 to 120 cm across the base, and is more common in southern and eastern parts of Australia. Nasuititermes Exitiosus cause considerable damage to houses and buildings in Sydney, especially in the Northern beaches and Upper North Shore of Sydney.

  • Information About Termites (White Ants)

    To understand how termites (white ants) are controlled, its best to understand how termites breed, feed and live.

  • Termites Species

    Coptotermes acinaciformis is found throughout mainland Australia and causes more damage to property than any other species. Schedorhinotermes termites can cause damage approaching the severity of the caused by Coptotermes. There are several species of Nasutitermes which may damage timber in service. Soldier termites are distinguished by their pointed heads.

  • Termite Control

  • Termite Control

    Micropest termite control offers some helpful hints and information about termites, termite control and termite inspections in Sydney.

  • Premise Termite Control Treatment

    Premise protection doesn't depend of a repellent barrier and actually eliminates termites rather than just repelling them. This is because termites cannot detect Premise. And Premise has the added advantages of low toxicity and no odour. In fact, Premise is the only soil termiticide that does not require occupants to leave the house while the treatment is carried out.

  • Sentricon Termite Control Baiting

    Armed with an in-depth knowledge of the termites' behaviour and their social structure, Dow AgroSciences, the world leader in termite control and management solutions, has developed Sentricon II. New, advanced and highly effective Sentricon II turns termites into their own worst enemy.

  • Termidor Dust termite control

    Termidor dust is the latest technology to come on to the termite control Sydney market. It is a cellulose fibre active constituent being friptinol. It is a dust that is blown in to localised active termite leads and areas. The termidor dust attaches itself to the termites body and other termites groom them and ingest the cellulose fibre.

  • VIDEO -Termite Control Video

    This termite control video is designed to educate you the consumer how a termite control is carried out. It is a very short download approximately 30 seconds.

  • Termite Inspections

  • Termite Inspection and Pest Inspection

    Micro pest control has carried out thousands of termite inspections (pest inspections) and over the years has increased their arsenal of termite detection equipment. Moisture meter, termi track, thermal imaging, donger, thermal gun, camera scope, listening device.

  • VIDEO - Termite Inspection Video

    This termite inspection video is designed to educate you the consumer how a termite inspection (building inspection, pest inspection) is carried out. It is a very short download approximately 60 sec.

  • VIDEO - Termite inspection report video

    This pest inspection report video (pest report, pest inspection report, building inspection report is designed to educate you the consumer how a termite inspection report is carried out. It is a very short download approximately 60 seconds.

  • Scorpions

  • Scorpions

    Micropest Scorpion pest control Sydney is a prominent long-standing established Scorpion and Scorpion control company based in Sydney Australia. These creatures have greatly enlarged grasping appendages arising from the anterior end, similar to those of crab.

  • VIDEO - Scorpions Control

    This video gives quick and accurate facts about scorpion pest control specifically in Sydney.

  • Silverfish

    Silver fish are small, soft insects without wings, they have a flat body which is covered in overlapping scales. They are about half inch long.

  • Slugs

    Slugs are gastropods lacking the shell that snails have. Lacking the protective shell, slug bodies dry out very quickly, so they are limited to moist environments, and must retreat to such areas when conditions are dry.

  • Snails

    Snails are gastropods, which constitute about 70% of all mollusc species. Australia has more than 65 species of introduced land and freshwater snails and slugs, but only a few are regarded as pests.

  • Spiders

  • Funnel Web Spiders

    Funnel-web spiders like to make their burrows in moist, cool, sheltered areas. Such areas are under rocks, crevices, in and under rotting logs.

  • Red Back Spiders

    Red back spiders are Australias best known spider. Red back spiders are found all over Australia but are rarely found in Tasmanina because it is too cold.

  • White Tail Spiders

    White Tail spiders are a very common spider evident throughout Southern and Eastern Australia, have a dark red/grey, long body and eight dark orange/brown legs.

  • Ticks

    Ticks are parasites that feed on animal and human blood.

  • Wasps

    Many wasps are capable of inflicting a sting which may be milder or greater severity than a bee sting.

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