Lone Star Tic
Black Legged Tic
Cat, Dog, Huan, and Rat Fleas
The Lonestar Tick
Size: Unengorged adult female lone star ticks are about 1/8 inches long.
Bites: The lone star tick does transmit bacteria that cause several types of illness. Those illnesses include ehrlichiosis; red meat allergy; and Southern Tick Associated Rash Illness (STARI), which produces rashes similar to those seen with Lyme disease.
They can also enter through the plumbing. Trees or shrubs located alongside buildings or trees with branches overhanging roofs facilitate the entry of this roach into the home. The American roach’s life cycle averages 600 days, and each adult female can produce approximately 150 offspring in her lifetime. Both males and females can fly. The American roach is omnivorous and will eat almost anything. It prefers sweets and has been observed eating paper, boots, hair, bread, fruit, and other dead insects.