Entries by The BugGuy

Armyworms In OKC Are On The Move!

No one likes to see Armyworms in OKC! The fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) is a species in the order of Lepidoptera and is the larval life stage of a fall armyworm moth. The term “armyworm” can refer to several species, often describing the large-scale invasive behavior of the species’ larval stage. It is regarded as […]

Flying Ant Day 2018 Came Early…

Flying Ant Day 2018 Came Early this year. What should we expect come fall/winter? Since flying ant day came early this year the diligent ants have had more time to work and multiply. This could cause an increase in home infestations as the weather cools down this fall and winter. Here are some details of […]

Is there a good spider?

Is there a spider that is good for my garden? Which ones are poisonous pests that I need to get rid of? We will look at some common spiders you will see around your home in Oklahoma. Is there a good spider? Chances are, you’ve run into a few spiders (and their webs) around your […]

When your ant comes to visit.

Have you every had a problem with ants in your house? Here’s an article about ant treatment and how to minimize their presence in your home. When your ant comes to visit Ants are fine when they are out in the woods crawling through the grass, but when they get on the counter top by […]

Did I just see a Scorpion?

Whenever you hear of a scorpion, it may conjure up images of the Sahara Desert. Believe it or not, there are actually between three and five different species of scorpions in Oklahoma! In this article we will discuss some of the attributes of Oklahoma’s common Bark Scorpion. Did I just see a Scorpion? Bark Scorpions […]

April showers bring Mosquitoes!

It’s raining, it’s pouring, now the mosquitoes are swarming! In this article we will discuss some simple steps to help deter our needle-nosed friends. April showers bring Mosquitoes! Mosquitoes are definitely in the top ten most annoying creatures on the face of the Earth. Most of us know if we are going to be outside […]