This is only a small collection of images and information of the pest controlled by Savior TPC and some basic information about each one.


Termite Subterranean Termites
Termites are social insects that live in large colonies.These insects digest cellulose in wood. Termites, undisputably, are the most destructive of structural pests. The National Pest Management Association estimates that termites cause $1.5 billion damage to structures annually and that an additional $1.0 billion is spent on treatment.
Fire Ants
Fire Ant
Fire ant workers come in an unusual variety of sizes within one nest. The workers are small (ranging from 2 - 6 mm). They are copper-brown in color, usually with a darker abdomen, or like a cranberry color.
Carpenter Ant Carpenter Ant
Carpenter ants are a common sight around Texas homes throughout the year. The presence of winged ants indoors generally means that a nest is located in the structure. 1/4-3/8 inch-long with a black tail (abdomen) and reddish-brown head and thorax.Carpenter ants do not eat wood, and generally are not as damaging as termites.
Termite and Ant Termites Vs. Ants
The winged adults are known as the primary reproductives which are most often referred to as swarmers.They emerge from the colonies on colonizing flights during certain seasons of the year. ants have a very thin waste between the thorax and the abdomen, while termites are broad waisted. termite wings are all the same size and shape, whereas the forewings of the ant are larger, longer,termite antennae are straight, while the ants' antennae are elbowed.
Odorouse House Ant Odorouse House Ant
Odorous house ant workers are uniformly brown to black ants. The size range for workers is from 1/16' to 1/8' in length. Within a given colony, the workers are all the same size (monomorphic). When workers are crushed they emit a rotten coconut odor.
Black Widow Spider Black Widow Spider
Black Widow spider are poisonous and are present in Texas. They have shiny, jet black, rounded, globular abdomens with two reddish or yellowish triangles on the underside which form a characteristic hourglass marking. These spiders are about 1/2-inch long, not including the legs.
Brown Recluse Spider Brown Recluse Spider
The Brown Recluse spider is a poisonous spider. It is brown and usually has markings on the back side of its cephalothorax, with a black line coming from it that looks like a violin with the neck of the violin pointing to the rear of the spider resulting in the nickname 'fiddle back spider' or 'violin spider'. Coloring varies from light tan to brown and the violin marking may not be visible and other spiders may have similar markings.
German Cockroach German Cockroach
German roaches are 1/2 to 5/ inches long are light brown to tan. During her lifetime, the female German roach produces four to eight egg capsules each containing 30 to 40 eggs. They are the most common household insect within the United States. Typically infesting kitchens and bathrooms but will live anywhere inside a heated structures in which there is food.
Cat Flea Cat Flea
Fleas are blood-sucking ectoparasites of humans and domestic animals all over the world. They are 1/8 inch and dark brown or black, wingless, and have three pairs of legs. The immature stage or larval stage of the flea looks like a small white worm with a dark head. Flea eggs are small and white.
Earwig Earwig
Earwigs are easily recognizable by their pincers (forceps harmless to humans) at the ends of their abdomen. They are dark reddish-brown, with light brown legs, and are about 5/8 inch long.They are scavengers, eating primarily dead insects and decomposing plant materials. Some earwig species are attracted to lights.
Bark Tail Scorpion Scorpion
The Striped Bark Scorpion can be recognized by two broad, black bands along the top of its abdomen. Color can vary from yellowish to light tan in adults of the species while younger striped bark scorpions are darker in color.
bees Bees


Mouse House Mouse
Gray, black or brown with relatively large ears and small eyes. An adult is about 5 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches long, including the 3 to 4 inch tail and weighs ½ to 1 ounce with a slender body. Mice usually feed on cereal grains but will eat many other kinds of food. They eat frequently in small quantities.
Norway Rat Norway Rat
Adult Norway rats are 12–18 inches long with a tail 5–8 inches long. Their fur is brown to reddish gray on their upper back and grayish white on the belly. They are heavy set with a sparsely haired tail, blunt nose, and short ears. Feces are capsule shaped and up to ¾ of an inch long. Rats can destroy or contaminate food supplies. Rodent feces and urine are a source of gastrointestinal diseases such as Samonellosis or E-coli infections, and respiratory diseases such as Hantavirus.
Roof Rat Roof Rat
Roof rats sometimes called black rats, are slightly smaller than Norway rats. Unlike Norway rats, their tails are longer than their heads and bodies combined. Roof rats are very agile climbers and usually live and nest above ground and often found in enclosed or elevated spaces in attics, walls, false ceilings, and cabinets.

Other Vertebrates trapped or excluded.

Squirrel Opossums Raccoons
Armadillo Snakes Skunk

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