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Cockroaches
There are about 3,500 ***roach species world-wide, about 70 of which are found in the United States.  The kinds of ***roaches most commonly found in and around Florida homes are the Florida Woods Roacg, American, Smokybrown, Australian, German...
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Termites
The two most common types of termites in Florida are drywood termites, which infest wood and and subterranean termites which nest in soil.  Hundreds of thousands of dollars in structural damage may be going on behind walls, in attics and other...
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Mosquitoes
There are curently 80 species of mosquitoes identified in Florida, more than any other state.  Of these, 33 species can casue health problems.  Thirteen species are capable of transmitting diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, dengue,...
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Fire Ants
Without a natural enemy, fire ants have spread rapidly through the United States.  Fire ants are known for being aggresive, swarming over anything that disturbs their nest, including pets and people.  Their painful stings affect about 40%...
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Bedbugs
Bedbugs do not cause disease and live solely on blood. Having bedbugs is not a sign of a filthy environment, immaculate homes can have infestation as well.  Bedbugs can enter your home undetected through luggage, clothing, used beds andcouches,...
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Fleas
There are 2000 described species of fleas world-wide, with 19 presently knownin Florida.  Fleas commonly appear in warmer months and feed on blood of any warm-blooded body.  Typically biting human beings, fleas can casue itchy, unsightly...
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Mice & Rats
Worldwides, rats and mice spread over 35 diseases.  These diseases can be soread to humans directly, through handling of rodents, through contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva, or through rodent bites.  Diseases carried by rodents...
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