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Bedbugs

Bedbugs

Bed bugs (Cimex lectularius) are small, flat, parasitic insects that feed on the human and animal blood. They are wingless, about 1mm to 5mm, reddish-brown in colour and turns to dark brown after feeding. The name "bed bug" is derived from the insect's preferred...

Borer

Borer

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Headlice

Headlice

Lorem ipsum, Morty. We all wanna die, we're meeseeks! Morty, I'm a drunk, not a hack. You have to turn them on Morty! The shoes need to be turned on! This is Principal Vagina. No relation. Did you just come into the cafeteria through a portal? Mind your own goddamn...

Fleas

Fleas

Fleas are small, wingless insects with a tough cuticle bearing many bristles and frequently combs of broad, flattened spines. The compressed body enables them to move swiftly through hairs or feathers of the host, while the backwardly projecting spines or combs serve...

Roaches

Roaches

and Cockroaches are a common household pest in New Zealand. They are not high health risk pests but according to the ministry of health, cockroaches thrive in unhealthy environments and they can transmit a number of diseases. The biggest household cockroach pests in...

Ants

Ants

There are 40 confirmed species of ants in New Zealand. Of these, only 11 are endemic (found only in New Zealand), which are generally widespread geographically and commonly found in forested habitats. The other 29 are introduced species, accidentally transported to...

Spiders

Spiders

There are about 40,000 different species of spider worldwide. New Zealand is home to about 2500 kinds of spiders, most of them harmless to people. Some species are ground dwelling, while others live above ground in and on plants and buildings. They prefer warm...

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