Termites, otherwise known as 'white ants' are social insects that consume the cellulose in timber or timber by products, in and around the house.
There are more than 10,000 ant species worldwide. They live in large colonies of structured nest communities.
Spiders are anthropods which means they have eight legs and are capable of moving in many ways. In Australia we have 2000 species of spiders.
Cockroaches have been around for millions of years, they have gained the reputation of the most adaptable pest on Earth.
Silverfish are wingless, nocturnal insects who inhabit dark, undisturbed, quiet areas like roof voids, wardrobes and linen closets.
Unlike bees, wasps have the capability of stinging multiple times, they build nest like structures in secluded or protected area of the garden, sheds or fences.
Bees are flying insects who are closely related to ants and wasps. They are known for their essential role in pollination.
Fleas are a wingless parasite that feed on the blood of humans and animals.
Rodents are mammals who are known for using their incisors to eat, excavate and defend themselves. They are social animals, many species live in societies.