Box elder bugs generally eat and reproduce on seed-bearing female box elder trees. They are also known to occasionally feed on the male box elder tree or on some ash, maple and fruit trees. More »

The most effective way to eliminate box elder bugs indoors is to use a vacuum cleaner. To avoid an indoor infestation, seal all openings in screens, windows and doors, and apply a residual insecticide, such as Defense SC... More »

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The palmetto bug is an omnivorous scavenger that eats just about anything. Food sources for palmetto bugs include food crumbs and organic substances, such as decaying leaves, wood and plants. They even consume mold. More »

According to the University of Arizona, isopods are omnivorous scavengers that eat dead or decaying plant and animal matter. Some also eat live plants. Isopods are crustaceans featuring a rigid, jointed exoskeleton, prom... More »

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Adult June bugs generally feed off of vegetation, including leaves from trees and other plants. When June bugs are in the larvae stage, they live underground and eat the roots of plants that grow underground. More »

The most effective way to eliminate box elder bugs indoors is to use a vacuum cleaner. To avoid an indoor infestation, seal all openings in screens, windows and doors, and apply a residual insecticide, such as Defense SC... More »

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The three species of carpet beetles range in size from 1/10 inch to 3/15 inch, varying in color from mottled brown to solid black, depending upon species. Carpet beetle larvae are larger than the adults. More »