bed bug control
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There are MANY different species of blood sucking insects and arachnids, insects have six legs and arachnids have eight.
Bed Bugs, Ticks, and Fleas also don't care how clean you are, although the more unsanitary the better for them because they will use your clutter and un organization to their advantage.
An example of an insect blood sucker would be a Flea or a Mosquito, an example of an Arachnid blood sucker would be a Tick. Ticks and Fleas can transfer many serious diseases and usually feed on mammals like Dogs, Cats, and the occasional near by human! Ticks and Fleas are VERY common in most of the country but not so much in the Las Vegas Valley because of our very dry climate. Fleas and Ticks can still be transferred from one place to another very easily and precaution should always be taken to prevent Fleas and Ticks.
One insect blood sucker that seems to be the most dominant in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson is the Common Bed Bug. Unlike Mosquitos, Bed Bugs can not fly and rely on humans to carry them from place to place. Bed Bugs have wing pads where their wings either used to be or they are slowly developing them (I think the first one is more likely). Imagine if Bed Bugs could fly, I don't think anybody would leave their windows or doors open!
Fortunately the most common blood suckers Bed Bugs, Ticks, and Fleas ALL can not fly, they instead will locate a host and live and breed close to their food source! The difference between Mosquitos and Bed Bugs, Ticks, and Fleas isn't just the wings, only female adult Mosquitos feed on blood while Bed Bugs, Ticks, and Fleas feed on blood, male or female and every life stage!
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