American cockroaches, also known as "waterbugs," are a common species of cockroach found in the United States.
Black widows are a group of highly venomous spiders found throughout the world.
Chiggers, also known as harvest mites or red bugs, are tiny larvae of certain mite species that are commonly found in grassy and wooded areas.
Fire ants get their name from their reddish-brown coloring and the sharp, burning pain that they induce when they sting you.
During the summer months, mosquitoes are simply accepted by most residents as an unfortunate part of warmer weather.
Both rats and mice can cause damage to buildings and property by gnawing on wires, pipes, and insulation.
Termites are small, social insects that feed on wood and other cellulose-based materials.
Wasps are a diverse group of insects that can be found in many different habitats around the world.
They are named for their wolf-like hunting behavior and are known for their fast running speed and powerful bites.