Cockroach Immigration, Migration, and Neighborhoods (aka The Post with the Roaches In the Mail)

By |2014-12-15T17:01:33+00:00October 21st, 2013|bed bugs, pest control, roscoe|

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article “Why Cockroaches Stay in Your Neighborhood” on how cockroaches came to New York (and the U.S.) and how the insects segregate themselves, similarly to the many ethnic groups that live in the city. “A cockroach found on the Upper East Side is genetically different than the Upper

A Children’s Book About Lice?

By |2014-12-15T17:02:26+00:00October 16th, 2013|bed bugs, Environment, pest control, roscoe|

Well known children’s book author David Shannon just published a new book about lice called “Bugs In My Hair!” David Shannon’s Book “Bugs In My Hair!” His publisher described the book as a humorous take on battling head lice.   This book is guaranteed to make you laugh, and itch! From the opening picture of a

Wow – A New Pest Control Joke!

By |2014-12-15T17:02:27+00:00October 14th, 2013|bed bugs, Environment, pest control, roscoe|

We’re overdue for a little more pest control humor after a lot of more serious topics (and a few Friday Music Videos).  Here goes: A woman was having a passionate affair with an inspector from a pest-control company. One afternoon they were carrying on in the bedroom together, when her husband arrived home unexpectedly. “Quick,”

While We’re On The Topic Of China…..

By |2014-12-15T17:02:28+00:00October 9th, 2013|bed bugs, Environment, pest control, roscoe|

We’re following up on our last blog post on insect problems in China…. Here’s another pest problem in China that has been seen in other countries: bed bugs that love public transportation. Where else has this happened? New York’s commuter trains; NYC subways (and subway benches); Detroit city buses; and Amtrak passenger cars. Bed bugs have also been

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