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  • EP123
    EP123
    Silverfish and Firebrats

    Silverfish and firebrats are primitive insects that live in the soil, in leaf litter, and in homes and buildings. They are active at night. These insects feed on paper, books, starch, and similar materials. 2 p.

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  • EP122
    EP122
    Clothes Moths

    Clothes moths are common pests of woolen clothing, felt, rugs, carpets, blankets, upholstered furniture, furs, and similar organic materials. They may damage other fabrics if soiled. 2-page, B/W.

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  • EP120
    EP120
    Pillbugs and Sowbugs

    Pillbugs and sowbugs invade damp basements. Infestation indoors indicates a large population outside. They feed on decaying vegetable matter: leaf piles, grass clippings, mulches, etc. 1-page, B/W.

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  • EP125
    EP125
    Common Spiders

    Sanitation is critical in successful spider control. Remove or destroy spider webs, egg sacs and spiders. Vacuum behind and under furniture and clean storage areas regularly. 2-page, B/W.

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  • EP119
    EP119
    Carpet Beetles

    Carpet beetles are common pests of woolens, rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, silk, museum specimens, furs, hair, feathers, hides, horns etc. They may also infest stored food products. 2-page, B/W.

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