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Ants are quite common in Australia and there are many species all with different habits and feeding preferences. You cannot live in Australia without having some sort of contact with one ant species or another.

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Fleas are an annoying insect that feed on the blood from animals including humans in their adult form. There are over 70 species in Australia but the most common are the cat and dog fleas.

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The common house mouse is a slender little rodent usually coloured brown to grey, with large rounded ears and bulging eyes. They have one pair of chisel shaped incisors with yellow enamel on the front surfaces.

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There are many species of rats all with different habits and feeding preferences. The Norway rat is the largest of the rodent species and the most common one.

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Silverfish have a long slender body, flattened and normally 13-25mm, giving them a fish like appearance. They completely lack wings and have two antennae which move side to side like a fish.

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Bed Bugs

Infestations are usually detected by the welts and irritation caused by the bites, and the fecal smears and blood spots visible on pillowcases, sheets and mattresses.

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The common paper wasps are found all across southern mainland Australia from Southern Queensland, through New South Wales, down into Victoria and across to South Australia.

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Carpet Beetles

Adult carpet beetles are small oval shaped, and rounded bodies, they are 2-3mm long and range from 2-3mm and are dark in colour, normally black. Out of all the species in the world the Australian carpet beetle is the only one that’s native to where it is.

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The formidable appearance and size of spiders makes them the most feared of all the creepy crawlies. However most spiders are harmless; here are a few of the most common spiders we have in Australia.

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Paralysis ticks are found in a variety of habitats but are especially common in wet sclerophyll forests and temperate rainforests. They have very few predators, and are more likely to succumb to desiccation from high temperatures and low humidity.

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Not all termites feed on wood, most feed on grass or other matter, and all are not pests to buildings. Those that do feed on wood will get their cellulose, sugar and starches from the sapwood of trees and timber constructions such as buildings.

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Honey Bees

The honey bee defends its nests very aggressively and if you are stung, it is fatal to the bee, as the stinger pulls out the bee’s lower abdomen leaving the venom gland pumping in the victim.

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Australian cockroach is a good flyer but mostly during warmer weather and prefers warmer climates, however it can survive indoors during colder weather as long as water is available, so warm, moist conditions are ideal.

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