Bed bugstend to cluster or aggregate into crevices. They are not social insects like bees, ants, and termites. Rather, these creatures seek out harborage in crevices close to their food source and over time, their numbers will grow, sometime in the hundreds or thousands. The bugs demonstrate a preference for warm surfaces such as wood, cloth, plaster, paper, or cardboard. The cooler surface of metals, glass, tile, stone or concrete are less preferable. This does not mean the bugs will never make use of these materials. Give the bug limited choices to feed, and he will do as nature programmed him to do.
Bed bugs are “temporary” ectoparasites. This means they visit the exterior of the human body only to feed then they return to the cracks and crevices where they hide. They’re not like fleas on a dog, they don’t live on the host. Bed bugs are true parasites of humans. In some cases, when humans are absent from their environment, they may feed on secondary hosts such as pets, birds, or rodents. These cases are probably rare, however, since bed bugs are quite adept at staying close to humans.
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Fruit Flysources may be in areas where vegetables or fruits are stored outside refrigeration. Also look for fruit fly sources in garbage cans, under appliances, and recycling bins. When searching for fruit fly breeding sources, remember that the larva can only survive in decaying organic matter that is moist. All stages of a fruit fly infestations depend on organic debris to complete the complete fruit fly cycle. Whenever possible, food and materials on which fruit flies can lay their eggs must be removed.
Killing adult fruit flies will reduce infestation, but elimination of fruit fly breeding areas is necessary for good management.