Problem pigeons removed

At this particular complex the tennants/owners had been having Pidgeons roosting all around their air conditioning aswell as defecating all over the window ledging. As we all know all to well, pidgeons are very noisy birds with constant cooing along with a pungent smell from the fecies aswell as lice. With putting spacific bird spikes…

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Silverfish

Being very similar to cockroaches, these small, silvery insects are deemed to be pests in Australia, where they cause some moderate damage to property. As they are rarely seen during daylight hours, and have long life spans, it’s very difficult to exterminate these silverfish. Features of a Silverfish Easily identified by their bodies covered entirely…

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Pantry Moths

Sometimes known as the Indian Meal Moth, the Pantry Moth is thought to be the most problematic of all the moths infiltrating and damaging any stored products in Australia. Attacking any dried products, such as cereals, nuts, dried milk, bird seed, pet foods, dried fruits and whole grains. Their larvae tend to spin silken threads…

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Rodents

There are several different species of rodents that commonly invade homes and business properties in Australia. Notoriously known to be carriers of disease, contaminating homes and food with their urine and faeces, rodent infestations can cause massive problems and bad reputations for food handling premises and restaurants. There are 3 main species of this rodent…

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Bedbugs

These difficult to eradicate, crawling insects, are nocturnal creatures that thrive on body warmth and feed on blood. Measuring up to 5-6mm, they are difficult to spot, but are very agile and able to manoeuvre themselves into difficult hiding places. Although many people are not affected by their bites, others can suffer extreme itching and…

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Wasps

This diverse species of insects’ amounts to over 12,000 in Australia alone, with varieties ranging from the cicada and spider killing wasps, to the very small diapriid wasps, hardly visible to the human eye. The majority of wasps produce larvae that feed on other spiders and insects. Features of wasps The ovipositors or egg-laying structures…

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Termites

More commonly known as “white ants”, this destructive pest is connected to the cockroach family. In Australia there are hundreds of termite species, many of which present no hazard to homes and buildings. There are, however, several species that do pose a threat which are the cause of major damage to properties, more than any…

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Cockroaches

With more than 3500 cockroach species worldwide, luckily only 4 of these are known to be pests in Australia. German Cockroach – Small and brown in colour, they do not fly although their wings are fully developed. The most common species discovered in homes, restaurants and hotels. If left to become an infestation these guys…

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Spiders

Spiders in Australia are the most extensively dispersed venomous beasts, with around 10,000 species occupying various environments. Some of the most deadly, indigenous spiders reside in the country, although it also depends on the season, which district you live in, the weather and if you’re near farmland or forest. These are some of the most…

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