Biology

Fleas can be found throughout the world. As part of the flea life cycle includes laying eggs on a warm-blooded animal (especially cat), they commonly live in areas densely populated by potential hosts. 

 

Adult fleas rely on warm-blooded hosts for nourishment. The frequency and duration of feeding varies from species to species. The flea’s mouthpart is modified to pierce a host’s skin and suck up blood. Flea bites often cause irritation and, in extreme cases, can lead to secondary infections. 

Treatment

  • Proper Inspection for evidence of fleas

  • Residual Spraying Treatment for Fleas

      (Registered insecticide  - Safe & Effective)

  • Ultra-Low-Volume Misting Treatment

      (Registered insecticide  - Safe & Effective)​

  • Cleanliness and Hygiene must be maintained

Biology

Most bees are social insects, though some are solitary. The honey bee is considered a true social (eusocial) insect. It primarily lives in nests that are sometimes called hives and have a caste system made with queens, reproductive males, and workers of both sexes. While most species of bees are not naturally aggressive, they do possess barbed stingers, which they use to defend the colony or ward off attacks. When a bee stings, the stinger detaches from the bee, rupturing the abdomen and causing it to die.

Treatment

  • Proper Inspection to locate beehive

  • Residual Spraying / Power Spraying Treatment against the beehive

      (Registered insecticide  - Safe & Effective)

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