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For better or worse, as an entomologist I have a pretty high tolerance of insects in my life.
I tend to patiently watch when they land on me – unless of course they bite. I do not necessarily throw away fruits or vegetables if there is evidence of, or minor damage by insects, and I don’t kill every insect I see in my living space (within reason). During summer evenings, if a few insects slip through the screen and fly around my desk lamp, I’m okay about it. Heck, if they don’t make it out I easily add a few more specimens to my collection!
In my professional work, I am responsible for the identification of insects that are not commonly known. Unusual-looking beetles, rodent poop or tiny springtails that are difficult to see without proper magnification come my way. Occasionally I’ll receive a sample that sets off the internal voice “what the heck is this doing in a home?” or on a grouchy day, “it’s just a fly!” A few weeks ago I received a rather unique looking moth specimen. Overall somewhat pale in color, but the leading/front margins of the wings had a nice green tinge to them, and were adorned with black spots. I did not recognize this as a pest, and wondered “what the heck is this doing in a home?,” and why are they concerned, “it’s just a moth!” When I read the identification request form filled out by our technician, I started to understand the concern: the homeowner had found more than a dozen of the exact same moth species flying around one area of the house. Perhaps it is a pest? This required some digging.
Knowing the family to which this insect belongs narrowed my search to only a few hundred North American species (much preferred to the 11,500 plus known to occur in North America in the same order: Lepidoptera). I dug into the literature and several of the more useful resources to find that this insect is none other than Aphomia sociella, the bumble bee wax moth or simply the wax moth. Originally from Europe, adults of this insect fly from June through August and deposit eggs in the hives of nest-making social insects (bees and wasps). They feed as larvae on nest materials, stored food, bee/wasp waste products, and if nothing else is available they resort to feeding on the immature stages of the host insect. According to one beekeeper, the bumble bee wax moth will attack honey bee hives if the colony is stressed by varroa mites or hive beetles.
Proper pest identification goes a long way to accurately and efficiently address pest problems.
Knowing the biology and host range of this particular insect, our target changed from the moth itself to its food source. With emergence being confined to one room in the house, we search the walls for wasp or bee nests, remove these and seal access from the outside and to the inside. In addition, we may use a product with long-lasting residual activity to treat inside the wall void. Why? If a moth was able to enter the void to access a nest created by wasps that had previously entered the void… well, you see where I’m going here. There is a good chance that inside that wall void are other organisms feasting on dead wasps, trapped moths, pupal cases, etc. It is well known that carpet beetles, spider beetles and other stored product pests will find and feed upon dead insects. By treating, then sealing the area, the goal is to reduce the problems created by secondary pests.
An innovator, who changed the lawn care world for the better, died on Saturday from natural causes at age 85. George C. Ballas introduced the Weed Eater in the early 1970’s and had created a multi-million dollar business by 1976.
Ballas’ invention, more commonly known as the weed whacker, is said to have surfaced when one of his lawn care workers was bit by a poisonous snake while trimming his hedges with sheers. The ingenious creation began as a wired popcorn can and an edger, and has since flourished into the weed whackers we see today.
JP McHale salutes George C. Ballas, a pioneer who changed homeowners’ views and expectations for their lawns.
While sleeping, a moth made its way into the ear canal of a 12 year old Colorado boy. The boy awoke with terrible pain as the moth flittered against his ear drum every time it moved! The moth refused to escape the ear as the 12 year old banged and shook his head numerous times before being transported to the hospital to seek relief. Handy dandy tweezers were the tool of choice after several other methods of extraction were attempted. The 12 year old is moth-less and free of pain, but we’re sure it’s an event he’ll never forget!
Moths, especially clothing moths, are prominent during this time of year. They damage your clothing and other house hold materials, but seeking shelter in your ears is a story new to JP McHale Pest Management!
If you come across moths in your home, be sure to contact us!
One call to us will save your wallet from the hard hits it will take to replace your treasured belongings once the moths have made their mark.
A tragic story was reported by the Wall Street Journal over the weekend about a young, healthy man who died of Hantavirus. Hantavirus is a rare but deadly virus spread by the droppings, urine, or saliva of rodents. The virus is transmitted to humans when the particles from the rodent excretions are inhaled. This 35-year-old Long Island man is thought to have inhaled infected particles while vacuuming up remnants of a flash flood last month. The Wall Street Journal stated that the Montauk, Long Island case was only the second in New York since 1995, both ending in fatality.
Rodents are not only nerve wrecking for some home and business owners, but full of deadly germs that can be transmitted to humans. Here at JP McHale we offer a Home Pest Prevention Program that covers a multitude of pests including rats and mice which spread Hantavirus. The ability to make unlimited call backs through the purchase of any of our programs allow you to schedule follow up visits any time you suspect a pest problem.
Have you come across one of these purple hanging-lantern objects suspended from a local tree? If you have, maybe you were confused as to their purpose. They are seemingly inviting, but they are not lanterns or kites. Rather, they are traps to monitor for Emerald Ash Borers [EAB] which are harmful insects that weaken and ultimately kill native ash trees.
EAB’s are not native to our area, but rather introduced from Asia. The Emerald Ash Borers rely on the ash trees as their hosts, explaining why there aren’t traps placed in every tree along your street. Only ash trees need the traps to determine if the borers are present.
The trap does not indicate a problem with EAB’s, but rather indicates their presence so proper protocol can then be followed for control. The Emerald Ash Borers were not considered a harmful specie in Asia because biological control by other species helped in preventing damage to plant life.
These brightly colored triangular traps are smeared with non-toxic glue and Manuka oil to attract the beetles. These scattered traps will help determine if we have Emerald Ash Borers in our area that need to be controlled.
Now you know what those purple triangles are used for! Pretty nifty, huh? Let JP McHale know if you’ve come across any!
New science studies claim that after 2 years of sleeping with the same pillow, over a third of its’ weight can be attributed to dead and living dust mites along with their feces, dead skin cells, and bacteria.
This week Fox News published an article in reference to the research done by Dr. Tucker from the UK. Tucker’s findings are astounding, and it may be helpful to take action against those pillows of yours.
Research shows that all the germy cells infesting your pillow are able to remain due to the warmth of the body laying over them at night. New pillow cases and covers may not do the trick in eliminating unwanted germs because they make their way into the pillow rather than resting on top like we do.
Tucker suggests that whether the pillows belong to your or a hospital, it can be beneficial to replace or wash them in a machine every one to three months to rid their fluff of germs. This strategy may help in decreasing the risk of transmitting harmful illnesses such as MRSA and C. diff.
REMEMBER! Pest levels will remain low if your cleaning enthusiasm remains high! Always maintain proper sanitation of your home or business.
An article in the NY Times suggests that exposure to household pets may decrease an infant’s likelihood to experience allergies tothe pet later in life.
According to the article, close to 600 male and female infants were studied until age 18. All infants were studied based on the amount of exposure they had to indoor pets, and the results proved opposite of expectations.
Many parents refuse to keep household pets for fear that their children will possess more severe allergies to cats and dogs later in life. The outcomes of the study were just the opposite, and children may in fact benefit from having a pet playmate as they grow up!
USA Today reported on the unfortunate differences for people who encounter stinging insects that are allergic, versus those who aren’t. The pain of a wasp or other stinging insect bite may linger, but not all people are fortunate enough to walk away from the incident alive.
Eliminating the possibility of running into stinging insects, and considering allergy shots are the top two preventative measures the article suggests.
Research suggests that allergy shots work the way a vaccine does, and that the increased immunity to the allergen will decrease the patients’ likelihood of severe allergic reactions when coming in contact with the stinging insects.
Avoiding stinging insects altogether is not always feasible, especially if you enjoy being outdoors. However, knowing your surroundings and detecting any major infestations of stinging insects in your yard may help decrease your likelihood of encountering these [occasionally] dangerous pests.
Over a half million people are rushed to the hospital each year for stinging insect bites, and around 50 of those people will die.
Please take proper precautions against stinging insects, and give us a call if you suspect any unwanted activity!
The summer months are known for a high influx of pests, but disease-carrying pests are the ones you should be sure to keep your eyes peeled for.
Deer ticks. We’ve all heard of them, and how harmful their bites can be.
The scary reality… not all that are infected by Lyme disease will show proof by way of bulls’ eye rings. Lyme disease testing is one of those tricky diagnoses that present false negatives and positives rather frequently.
A lesson learned as a child that you should keep with you as you grow old, is to always search head-to-toe for ticks when returning from the outdoors.
The Times Herald Record reported that most people infected by Lyme disease do not recall being bitten or removing any ticks, so keeping up on your tick checks becomes imperative especially during the summer months.
The same article stated that according to the state Department of Health, 95,000 cases of Lyme disease have been documented since 1986 when the disease first became ‘reportable’.
Please don’t hesitate in checking yourself for ticks…we’d rather you be safe than sorry, and we’re sure you feel the same!
We’ve all heard of musical chairs, but musical mice?
According to a Boston news article, there are singing mice known as Alston mice which are native to Latin America. Scientists have been coming across more and more creatures that have vocal abilities, but extensive searching is required to seek new species.
The males possess the musical talent, using their vocalizations to attract females. Females are very particular when it comes to the male song, and studies show they were attracted to males who trilled with rapid speed. Scientists believe that faster trilling Alston males may have superior mate qualities which the females can sense based on the songs that are sung.
Be sure to check out the video to listen to the trilling vocalizations of the Alston mice!