centipede bugging servicesWhat’s Bugging You? Centipede

Damage: Although some centipedes have venomous front legs, they are not usually harmful to humans (unless allergic). Because of its speed, the house centipede is sometimes alarming to homeowners.

Habitat: They live indoors in dark, cool, moist areas. They can also be found in caves, cliff crevices and similar habitats.

Breeding: There are three developmental stages: egg, nymph, and adult. The females lay eggs in soil or other protected habitats. Upon hatching, nymphs have four pairs of legs and increase the number of legs with each molt, until reaching adulthood in two to three years with 15 pairs of legs.

Treatment: Eliminate dark, damp nesting areas inside the home. Our preventative maintenance program will protect your home from centipedes.

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Beebe’s Pest And Termite Control
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