Cockroaches, Centipedes and Ants in Pictures by Mississauga Pest Control .ca

A Brown Banded Cockroach caught in Toronto

A Brown Banded Cockroach caught in Toronto.

Above, you see a Brown Banded Cockroach found in Toronto. These specie of Cockroaches are more adept at keeping their body moisture. Hence, they tend to nest further away from sources of water and moisture.

A Centipede with it's Jaws in Closeup

A Centipede with it’s Jaws in Closeup.

Above, you are presented with a Centipede. It’s pair of venom claws or forcipules are clearly visible. These are evolved from the first pair of legs. These are what causes a wound and injection of venoms to human skin.

Carpenter Ants feeding on Gel Bait

Carpenter Ants feeding on Gel Bait.

Above, you see a number of Carpenter Ants that are feeding upon sugar based Bait in gel form. This bait has been applied along the baseboard where the ants activity was observed. Nearby you also see the green colored protein based bait in gel form. Depending upon the needs of colony members, the ants may have a prefrence for either kinds of foods. Bait based Capenter Ant Extermination technique is least intrusive and least toxic as well.

Single Carpenter Ant feeding upon Bait

Single Carpenter Ant feeding upon Bait.

Above, you see a single Carpenter Ant feeding upon the sugar based Bait in gel form. Bait based Capenter Ant Extermination technique is least intrusive and least toxic as well.

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