Other Texas Pests
Learn more about common Texas pests from Austin’s pest control experts.
Texas' Household Pests
Here you will find some of the more common household pests in Texas, including Aphids. If you aren’t familiar with these pests, consider yourself lucky. Also known as plant lice, greenflies, blackflies, or even whiteflies, they’ve been known to ruin plants and gardens over a weekend and have established themselves as the enemy of gardeners and farmers around the world.
In Texas, Aphids are typically green or brown in color. They are capable of extremely rapid increase in numbers since they reproduce asexually. Austin’s mild winters and warm summers make the city a great nesting place for these pests. Next time you get your quarterly service, ask us about treating plants and shrubs for Aphids.
Centipedes are elongated insects with one pair of legs per body segment. Some centipedes are known to be highly venomous, and can inject paralyzing venom into their victims. They range in size from 0.4 inches all the way to 12 inches in length.
Despite their numerical name, centipedes can have a varying number of legs, ranging anywhere from 30 to 354. Furthermore, it is actually impossible for a centipede to have exactly 100 legs, since they always have an odd number of leg pairings.
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