What kind of bugs are in my house?
Common House Bugs in NYC
- Bed Bugs.
- Pantry Beetles & Clothing Moths.
What are these tiny little bugs in my house?
Gnats are tiny, non-biting, flying insects that seem to pop up everywhere. There are a few common types: fruit flies, drain flies, and the fungus gnat. True to their names, these pests are drawn to certain things, which can bring them into our homes.
What are black little bugs?
Small black bugs can be tiny nuisance creatures like ants, beetles, weevils, or pirate bugs. Beetles and weevils are easy to identify because they have distinguishing hard shells covering two sets of wings and six legs. Small black ants have a recognizable slender body and tiny waist.
What are these tiny GREY bugs?
Also known as psocids, they are small gray or white bugs that resemble lice but feed on mold and fungi. Booklice are often found in moist areas where mold or fungi might be growing, such as basements. These insects are less than one-sixteenth of an inch and can run quickly.
How can I identify an insect?
To be sure you’re really looking at an insect, ask yourself these four questions:
- Does it have six legs? All insects do.
- Are there three distinct body regions—head, thorax, and abdomen? If not, it’s not a true insect.
- Do you see a pair of antennae? Antennae are a necessary insect feature.
- Does it have a pair of wings?
What does a stink bug look like?
What do stink bugs look like? Stink bugs are approximately ⅝” long. They are “shield-shaped with a broad abdomen, six legs, and three body segments. Brown marmorated stink bugs are brown-grey with irregular black speckling, brown legs, white undersides, and white banding on their antennae and abodemns.
How does a roach look?
Cockroaches have flat, oval-shaped bodies. The bodies of cockroaches are oily to the touch and may be cool or warm, depending on the temperature of their environment. The head of a cockroach is small and is covered by a shield-like pronotum. A cockroach’s mouth is directed down and backwards.