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Pest Informations

German Cockroach

Life Cycle :Eggs (20-40) contained in egg-case which is carried about by female, protruding from her abdomen. Egg-case is glossy brown, 8mm long. Nymphs resemble adults and molt 6 times before becoming fully grown. Young are protected by the egg-case. Both males and females have fully developed wings, though they are seldom used.

Habit:It is most common household pest, feeds on all kinds of foods and is usually found in kitchen, cracks and crevices.

Disease spread : Cockroaches have been reported to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, six kinds of parasitic worms, and at least seven other kinds of human pathogens. They can pick up germs on the spines of their legs and bodies as they crawl through decaying matter or sewage and then carry these into food or onto food surfaces.

AMERICAN Cockroaches

Life Cycle : Eggs are contained in egg-case which is deposited by female in a protected place. Nymphs resemble adults but are flightless. Freshly moulted nymphs are white.

Habit:Found in commercial establishment like restaurants, grocery store, bakeries etc.they are most common in boiler room, heated steam tunnels, base around pipes,etc. The cockroach usually encountered flying into homes. Not a regular house-dweller.

Disease spread : American cockroaches beside carrying germs and bacteria create mess in the storage spaces and their presence displays poor hygiene condition.

Common Mouse

Life Cycle : Female may have 3-5 litters. Young (4-8 per litter) are born furless and blind, 19-21 days after mating. They reach sexual maturity in six to ten weeks. Life span of adults is about nine to twelve months.

Habit:They occasionally seen during the day time. Nests are often found in sheltered location made up of fine shredded paper or fibrous material. They eat many kind of food but prefer cereal graines.they have keen senses of taste, hearing, smell, and touch and are excellent climbers and acrobats. They will run horizontally along wire cables or ropes and can jump up 13 inches from the floor onto a flat surface and can squeeze through openings slightly larger than 1/4 inch in diameter.

Disease spread :it can spread disease among people, animals and foodstuffs. Mice are capable of causing almost as much damage and pose just as great a risk to health as the rat. This is due to its habit of nibbling small amounts of a wide variety of foodstuffs and urinating over a great deal more. Parasites caused by mice include ringworm, mites, tapeworm and ticks. Mice cause damage to structures and property, and they may transmit diseases such as salmonellosis (food poisoning). They are sporadic feeders, nibbling bits of food here and there.

House Rat, Roof Rat or Black Rat,

Life Cycle : Female can have up to 84 young in her lifetime. Life span of adults is around a year.

Habit:It commonly found in our home. It is an extremely agile creature, able to scale walls and walks across telephone wire. It builds its in nest in walls, attics, vines or trees near and around homes.

Disease spread :Roof rats secured their place in history by spreading the highly dangerous bubonic plague. They support many ectoparasites and urinate on food. It is also a carrier for various rat borne diseases.

Indian Bandicoot Rat

Life Cycle :Female has between 8-10 litters. Young (8-14 per litter) are born blind and naked. Young reach sexual maturity around 50-60 days after birth.  Life span of adults is around a year.

Habit:It usually occupies the outskirts of human dwellings such as compounds and gardens and is commonly found near garbage bins. They are totally non-fussy eater; it is equally comfortable feeding on household refues, grain and vegetables. Large, aggressive animals that erect their guard hairs on their backs and emit grunts when disturbed. If caged with other bandicoots, it is likely to fight to death within a few hours.

Disease spread :Its burrowing habits cause great damage to grounds and flooring as it can also tunnel through brick and masonry. A totally non-fussy eater, it is equally comfortable feeding on household refuse, grain and vegetables and is a very serious pest in poultry farms. Like its smaller cousin, it is also a carrier for many diseases.


Life Cycle :Queen lays thousands of eggs which are looked after by workers. Most eggs hatch into sterile workers and a few become soldiers and males. During favorable conditions, large numbers of supplementary reproductive swarm to form new colonies.

Habit:It lives in colonies consisting of workers, soldiers and king and queen. Feed on dead / decaying wood. They construct mud tubes from nest to food source - these tubes are a sure sign of infestation. Large numbers congregate just before the rainy season to swarm – females and males fly off, mate and female then starts a new colony.

Disease spread :The most destructive species of pest. They can collapse a building entirely, meaning possible financial ruin for a homeowner. The hard, saw-toothed jaws of termites work like shears and are able to bite off extremely small fragments of wood, one piece at a time


Habit:They are common house dwellers , they have distinct long – legged and webbing in corners and ceiling /wall joints. They often found in windows. They are common on shrubs and weeds around the house. They feed on other pest.

Disease spread :It bites in defense and does not bite humans instinctively. The spider bite is painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore . Most people have misconceptions about spiders: they are pictured to be poisonous (even deadly), and likely to attack at any time. This not true. There are some species of spider that have a venomous bite, but only a few are found in India and usually not found in and around homes. Spiders are largely beneficial since they feed on other pests.


Life Cycle :Eggs lay in stagnant water. Larvae develop in water and pupate after a week. Adults emerge from pupae after 2-3 days. 

Habit:They breed in lakes, ponds, clogged gutters or pools of stagnant water. Anopheles and Culex species bite during dusk, however, Aedes is a day biter. 

Disease spread :Mosquitoes is often a carrier of diseases, such as malaria, dengue fever, chickenguniya, yellow fever, eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), West Nile encephalitis virus, dog heartworm, and many others. The females, sucks blood after their pregnancy as they need blood protein to develop eggs .By sucking blood it can carry disease from one animal or human to another as they feed . Anopheles and Culex species bite during dusk, however, Aedes is a day biter.