Bed Bugs Facts & Myths

Last Update: 18.07.2018

Finally, we’ve managed to get all bed bugs facts and myths in one place. This guide will get even bigger over time and we will try to cover any information related to bed bugs that are either a fact or a myth?

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Queen Wasp Compared to a Normal Wasp

Last Update: 01.02.2019

There is a huge interest among people about the difference between a queen wasp and a normal wasp. From Panther Pest Control we decided to make a detailed post about it that contains the most common questions related to this interesting topic.

In this guide, you will learn how normal wasps turn into queens, how the two types of wasp live, hunt and multiply.
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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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How Big Are Bed Bugs

Last Update: 18.07.2018

It’s hard to say exactly how big bed bugs are, as they need to go through 7 stages in order to complete their life cycle. In each particular stage, the bed bug changes its size, appearance and behaviour, that’s why we decided it would be best to give you a deep description of the bed bug’s size in all phases.
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Itchy skin? Identify What Bit You

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There are numerous types of insects such as wasps, fire ants, hornets and bees that bite and sting. Although most bites are harmless and cause a temporary discomfort some can be quite dangerous to your health and can lead to conditions like the Lyme disease, West Nile virus and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Learning to identify insect bites is one of the best ways to determine whether you need to seek medical attention or treat the skin on your own.

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