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  • MF3133
    MF3133
    Brown Recluse Spiders: Kansas Structural Pests

    Biology, behavior, and control of this potentially harmful spider that infests homes in the central United States. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2745
    MF2745
    Attic Flies: Home and Horticultural Pests

    Attic flies is a term for many species of flies that enter homes in fall and become a nuisance in late winter and early spring. These flies overwinter as adults in attics, dormers, seldom used rooms, and within walls. 2-page, 2-color.

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  • MF915
    MF915
    Clover Mites: Home and Horticultural Pests

    Clover mites are tiny, reddish brown, eight-legged arthropods. Often overlooked outdoors, indoors they appear as small moving dots on light-colored walls, windows and windowsills. They do not bite, sting or transmit diseases. They are not structural pests and do not damage or feed on clothing, draperies, upholstery or carpeting. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3001
    MF3001
    Mealybug: Management in Greenhouses and Interiorscapes

    Mealybugs are major insect pests of greenhouse and interior environments where they feed on a wide range of plants and are difficult to manage with insecticides. Species are the citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri, longtailed mealybug, Pseudococcus longispinus, and root mealybugs, Rhizoecus spp. 4 p.

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  • MF2946
    MF2946
    Carpenter Bees: Structural Pests

    Carpenter bees prefer old, soft, untreated, and unpainted wood. Carpenter bees are often confused with bumblebees. Structures infested with bees should have all entrance holes treated with insecticide. Treat individual holes and plug with caulking. Treating at night is most effective. 2 p.

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