There are seven species of immigrant termites living in Hawaii. The two worst are the West Indian Drywood Termite and the Formosan Subterranean Termite.
The Big Island’s cacao industry is in danger by the Australian Longhorn Beetle. It poses such a threat to the future of the cacao industry.
The American cockroach is one of the three main cockroach species in Hawaii. You know the one I mean: The biggest of the cockroaches on our islands!
Centipedes are almost as common as roaches, geckos, and even the infamous chicken here on Kauai. In fact, centipedes are carnivorous – they eat meat!
Centipedes might be considered the worst thing to be bitten by in Hawaii. Never fear, though, because centipede bites may hurt, but they are not fatal.
n fact, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that dog waste spreads harmful organisms that include tapeworms, ringworms and more!
The most common of the 19 are the American roach, the brown-banded roach, the German roach, and the Oriental roach. Oh, you already knew that?
Recently Hawaii have experienced a lot of rains, especially in Kauai, Maui and Oahu, specifically Aina Haina and Hawaii Kai in Oahu also got a lot of flooding. Here are 5 simple things you can do to reduce the amount of bugs getting into your house after it rains.