How Common are Bed Bugs in the UK Today?

The history of bed bugs in the UK begins a little while before WWII. The Cimex lectularius is the type of bed bug that is native to Europe and the UK. Bed bugs weren’t common to the UK until the 1930s and since then the problem has grown.
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Mice Species in the United Kingdom

Mice are one of the smallest mammals known on earth. You can find those tiny, hairy, long-tailed with big eyes and big ears, animals on every inhabitable continent. The mouse is primarily nocturnal with bad eyesight, but with remarkable remaining senses.

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Common Types of Spiders Found in the UK

Last Update: 13.02.2019
You must have seen different types of spiders in your house, but do you know their names? There are over 600 species of spiders in the UK and you may have encountered most of them one way or another. Some species prefer to live outside in nature, while others find your home to be the perfect place to live. Here are some of the most common spiders you would find in your British home.

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Rat Species in United Kingdom

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Last Update: 18.07.2018

Rats are considered as pest worldwide due to their capacity to be harmful to human’s health by spreading life-threatening diseases. They can be the reason for lots of structural damage to your property and number one suspect for stealing food.
The genus Rattus proper contains 64 extant species. The species most common in UK are the Brown Rat (Rattus norvegicus) also known as the Norway Rat and the Black or Roof Rat (Rattus rattus). The second one is less commonly found and it’s largely restricted to port areas.
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A Guide To Wasps

Last Update: 05.03.2019

Brace yourselves, warmer days are coming… And so are the buzzing squadrons of wasps. Regardless of how careful you might be, you can’t help but come across an aggressive wasp guard trying to ward you off their colony. You’ll be lucky if you get away with only a short-distance chase and not a painful sting, especially if you’re allergic to their venom. To help you avoid these unpleasant encounters, the Panther wasp controllers have prepared a guide to wasps and their behaviour.

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