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Millipedes vs Centipedes – What’s the Difference?

We have all seen those annoying little creatures with what seems like a million little legs in our homes. Typically, you will see these little…
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What are Armyworms?

There are several types of armyworms, however, fall armyworms are the most common in Georgia. Armyworms get their name because, while in this phase of…
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What is a Praying Mantis?

What is the mantis or, better known as, the praying mantis? A praying mantis is an insect that contains more than 2,400 species of its…
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The Red Wasp

Red wasps are native to the United States and can be seen as far north as Kansas and New York. They are around an inch…
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What Are Carpenter Ants?

Carpenter ants are of the largest species of ants found in Georgia. There are two important pest species in the ant family, the black carpenter…
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Wolf Spiders

Wolf spiders come in a variety of sizes, but some are up to 2 inches in length.  They are also hairy and sometimes mistaken for…
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Perimeter Pest Control Services

One of our most popular services is our Quarterly Perimeter Pest Control Service. With Prime Pest’s perimeter service, we treat the outside of your home…
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Fact or Fake: Writing Spiders are Good for your Gardens!

Writing Spiders are Good for your Gardens: Fact Writing spiders are VERY beneficial to your garden because they help catch and kill, flies, bees, wasps, mosquitoes,…
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Fact or Fake: If you cut a worm in half, it makes 2 worms

If you cut a worm in half, it makes 2 worms: Fake If you cut a typical earthworm in half, the tail half will usually die. …