Scorpion Infestation

Scorpion Infestation Signs

Scorpions are hard to deal with. Their stings can cause great pain and their nests become dangerous as they grow in size. But you don’t have to worry because we’ve compiled some tips here that should help keep them from invading your home—and what do if you find one inside anyway! If you have a scorpion problem, it’s important to take action as soon as possible. These creatures can be dangerous and cause serious health problems if they’re not dealt with quickly.

Arachnid Menaces that Sting

Although scorpions are not typically aggressive and will only sting if they feel threatened, seeing one in your home is cause for alarm. Scorpions are nocturnal creatures that like to hide in dark corners of the home where they can find warmth. They’re attracted to light and prefer to live on the ground floor or basement of a home, though they can climb up walls if necessary.

Florida is home to three common species of scorpion: the Florida bark scorpion, Hentz striped scorpion and Guiana striped. If you’re unlucky enough to be stung by one of these critters, it will hurt—a lot. Thankfully for most humans their venom isn’t deadly; however they can still cause serious harm in people who are allergic

To keep yourself from having to deal with an infestation of scorpions, look for these signs.

Smaller Bugs are Prey

Scorpions are just like any other living creature: they prefer to live in places where there is food available. If you have a lot of bugs around your house, then the scorpions might move into yours! But it’s important to note that scorpions don’t typically hunt people. However, they have been known to bite if cornered or threatened. If you live in an area where the weather is hot and dry, it’s best to check around your home for holes where scorpions may be hiding.

Citrus Plants cause Scorpions Infestation

The Bark Scorpion is one of the most common scorpions in Florida and can be found near citrus groves. They are usually brownish red in color with a black tip on their tail, although they may also have spots or stripes. While you might think that scorpions live in deserts because they thrive on arid conditions and abundant food sources—such as insects foraging about at night—these creatures tend to prefer dark, moist habitats like caves or under rocks.

Where There’s Smoke… There might be a few Scorpions

The most obvious sign of a scorpion infestation is the presence of actual scorpions. Because these creatures are not solitary, if you spot one there’s likely a family living nearby–However, there are other signs of scorpion infestation that you should be aware of. One of the most common is a seemingly sudden increase in the number of dead bugs around your home or yard. This could be due to a variety of factors, but if you notice an unusually large number of dead bugs lying around—especially those that aren’t commonly found in your area—it might be a sign that someone has recently moved into your neighborhood.

If you’d like further great tips like this, look no further than Consolidated Pest Control. We have your safety and pest prevention in mind.

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