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Insects - Insect Identification - Identifier - RI, MA Pest Control

The images contained on this site are for identification and educational needs only. Unless specifically mentioned on the images the following institutions need to be recognized for the insect images that appear on this site. Their valuable expertise and dedication to entomology and the professional pest management industry is immeasurable.

  • University of Nebraska Lincoln, Dept. of Entomology
  • University of Georgia, Dept. of Entomology
  • Harvard University, Gary Alpert, Dept. of Entomology
  • University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Entomology
  • Bug Guide.net
  • University of Florida, Dept. of Entomology
  • Acrobat Ant = www.flickr.com/photos/imarman
  • University of Minnesota, Cooperative Extension, Entomology
  • Texas A&M University, Center for Urban & Structural Entomology

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Acrobat AntAdult FleaAmerican CockroachAmerican House SpiderBaldfaced Hornet NestBaldfaced HornetBedbug closeupBedbug Life CycleBottle Fly
Boxelder BugsBrownbanded CoackroachesBumble BeeCarpenter Ant SwarmerCarpenter AntCarpenter Bee vs Bumble BeeCarpneter BeeCarpet Beetle - Varied BlackCellar Spider aka Daddy Long Legs
Cicada KillerClovere MiteCluster FlyDeer TickDrain-Moth FlyField CricketFirebratFruit FlyFungus Gnat
German CockroachesGround BeetlesHoney BeeHouse CentipedeHouse CricketsHouse FlyHouse MouseIndian Meal MothLonestar-Blacklegged American Dog Ticks
MillipedeNorway RatOdorous House AntOriental CockroachesPaper Wasp on nestPavement Ant SwarmersPavement AntPennsylvania Wood CockroachPharaon Ant
Phorid FlyPsocid BooklouseRoach Fecal Matter  - SprinklerSilverfishSowbugsSpringtailTermite Mud TubesTermite SwarmersTermite Workers
Webbing Clothes MothWestern Conifer Seed BugYellow Jacket NestYellow JacketYellow Sac Spider

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