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The Florida woods cockroach – palmetto bug, is a large species of cockroach which typically grows to a length of 30–40 mm (1.2–1.6 in). When alarmed, adults can eject an extremely foul smelling directional spray up to one meter,which inspired several of its other common names: Florida skunk roach, Florida stinkroach, skunk cockroach, skunk roach, stinking cockroach, and stinkroach. Two other naming variations include Florida cockroach and Florida woods roach.

The Florida woods cockroach looks remarkably similar to the female Oriental cockroach, and the two could be mistaken for each other by the casual observer. The American cockroach, another common Florida insect, is sometimes mistakenly referred to as a palmetto bug. http://blog.tripleapestcontrol.com/2017/02/24/palmetto-bug-florida-woods-cockroach/
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Drywood termites can infest and damage dry, sound wood. The specific locations of potential damage in a house include the roof sheathing, rafters, joists, siding, trim, steps, decks, porches, floors, subfloors, doors windows and their frames, furniture, walls, interior wood trim and furniture.

Drywood termites enter structures through attic or foundation vents, directly through or under wood shingles, under eaves and fascia boards, and through natural cracks, checks and joints in exposed wood trim, window and door frames and sills

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Hornets are generally larger in size than yellowjackets. Hornets, like many social wasps, can mobilize the entire nest to sting in defense, which is highly dangerous to humans and other animals. The attack pheromone is released in case of threat to the nest. In the case of the Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarina) this is also used to mobilize many workers at once when attacking colonies of their prey, honey bees and other Vespa species.[11] Three biologically active chemicals, 2-pentanol, 3-methyl-1-butanol, and 1-methylbutyl 3-methylbutanoate, have been identified for this species. In field tests, 2-pentanol alone triggered mild alarm and defensive behavior, but adding the other two compounds increased aggressiveness in a synergistic effect.[11] In the European hornet (Vespa crabro) the major compound of the alarm pheromone is 2-methyl-3-butene-2-ol.
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Cockroaches are the most common pests in many homes and buildings. At night they search for food in kitchens, food storage places, rubbish bins, drains and sewers. They are pests because of their filthy habits and bad smell. Some people may become allergic to cockroaches after frequent exposure. Cockroaches can sometimes play a role as carriers of intestinal diseases, such as diarrhoea, dysentery, typhoid fever and cholera. http://blog.tripleapestcontrol.com/2017/01/17/cockroaches-unhygienic-scavengers-in-human-settlements/
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Kissing bugs are insects that may be infected with Trypanosoma cruzi, the parasite that causes Chagas disease. They are commonly known as cone-nose bugs or chinches. Kissing bugs feed on blood during the night, and they are called kissing bugs because they prefer to bite humans around the mouth or eyes.

Adult kissing bugs range from about ¾ – 1 ¼ inches in length. Most species have a very characteristic band around the edge of the body that is striped with orange or red markings.
http://blog.tripleapestcontrol.com/2017/02/02/kissing-bug-chagas-disease/
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