Looks can be deceiving because this little fellow looks harmless enough but some of these beetles can squirt a toxic spray at you. The one above is a Desert Skunk beetle and will point its little butt at you in a defensive posture. Some of these beetles use this as their defensive mechanism and can secrete a type of a blistering agent called cantharidin.
So you can look but don’t touch!
Water will find the path of least resistance and often times can cause more and more issues with a home. Let’s imagine that a chimney at the roofline is not sealed correctly and water makes it way to the ground. This water goes through the termiticide and eventually the termiticide is completely gone. The termites gain access into your home and more damage continues. So I would say that this is something we all need to consider when doing a quarterly inspection of our homes.
If you spot a water issue, figure it out and repair it ASAP or if you don’t want to just keep my phone number handy for the termite work that may be coming your way – 480-831-9328.
This article appears in the “Royal Society Publishing” “Group personality during collective decision-making: a multi-level approach.”
Group personality during collective decision-making: a multi-level approach | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
highlight that the individuals within groups exhibited consistent personality traits in their probability of sheltering and total time sheltered
A zoo in San Francisco has a weird way to say I Love You to spurned ex-someone’s – “Zoo offers creepy way to get even with exes“
What about the feelings of the Hissing Cockroaches or Giant Scorpion?
OK so maybe they don’t have feelings, but if you get one (you can always send it to ProBest) send it my way.
I LOVE YOU, right….
So I think most of us probably thought they came from Batbugs but now the research to proving that theory. “Origin of Bedbugs revealed”
Researchers have found that there are two lineages in Europe. They are so diverse, they have almost split into two species.