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Camel Spiders: Fact vs. Fiction

You may have seen a recent local news article covering an unfortunate run-in one Arizonan had […]

A close-up image of a Camel Spider also known as a Solifuge.

Is the Palo Verde Beetle Dangerous?

What Is The Palo Verde Beetle? The Palo Verde Beetle, also known as the Palo Verde […]

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Bees Part II: The Africanized Honey Bee (aka, “Killer Bee”)

Earlier this week we covered the Western Honey Bee, a common bee found around Phoenix and […]

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The Western Honey Bee and You

April showers bring…scratch that. No showers around the Phoenix area lately! But April definitely brings spring […]

An image of a western honey bee pollinating a plant

The Brown Dog Tick: What You Need To Know

The Brown Dog Tick is a species of tick that is very common throughout the U.S. […]

An image of a single Brown Dog Tick sitting on a leaf.

Pest Profile: The Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion

The East Valley is home to a variety of pests, including a couple of different types […]

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“Just add water!”…to get Termites, Weeds, and Pests.

As you’ve probably noticed, the Phoenix area has seen a lot of rain in recent weeks. […]

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“Winter Pests” Are Bugging Phoenix’s Winter Visitors

Welcome back, winter visitors! Many of you have been back for a little while now. But […]

An image of now on Superstition Mountain. Snow and cold weather turn otherwise hibernating pests into winter pests.

Rodents in PHX: What You Need To Know

With the cooling temperatures that come with the transition from summer to fall, more mice, rats, […]

An image of a mousetrap set up to catch rodents

Termites In Arizona – ‘Tis the Season!

Termites in Arizona – it’s not a question of “If?” but “When?”. The monsoon season is […]

An image of termites in Arizona and their tubes sprawling out from a crack in concrete

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