The three major pest species of rodents are the Norway Rat, the Roof Rat, and the House Mouse.
These three rodents are known as common pests, which describes their ability to successfully cohabit with man.
They are common in the main population centres in Australia and most countries throughout the world.Read More
One of the most encountered spiders of Australia is the Black House Spider (Badumna Insignis). It makes its web around windows and under eaves and in bark fissures of trees. The entrance tunnel is usually in the centre of the web. Although the bite can be painful, there have been no fatalities recorded.Read More
Cockroaches are primitive insects whose origins extend back at least 300 million years and are thought to have originated in the tropical and sub-tropical areas of Africa. The advent of travel and international trade has brought about the spread of cockroaches to most countries in the world.Read More
Ant nests are generally found in the ground, wood or under rocks, although ants can also nest in walls, fireplaces, under paths and in buildings.Read More