What is known as the beetle species constitutes almost 25% of all known animal life-forms but can be mistaken for other insects.
First look for the wings and the wing covers. Most insects have wings, and those that do have two pairs. Beetles differ from all other winged insects by having the first pair of wings hardened and thickened. These hard forewings serve as a protective shield for the fragile flying wings, which are folded underneath.
Are They Dangerous?
Beetles are not dangerous to humans and can be beneficial as they prey on other insects. It is when they come indoors that they begin causing problems.
How Do You Get Rid of Beetles?
Beetles can be controlled. Our Omaha based technicians identify and treat the issue inside and outside of the dwelling. We use the latest EPA approved pesticides in our treatment programs.
Please contact Pratt Pest Control for a free inspection and estimate, 402-691-2920.