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Snot-nose
  Snot-nose
These seemingly adorable little neighborhood primates can become quite a burden for the rural garden


Black Widow
  Black Widow
Latrodectus Hesperus, the Western black widow spider or Western widow, is a species of venomous spid


Aphids
  Aphids
Aphids, also known as plant lice (and in Britain as greenflies),[1] are small plant-eating insects,


Red Spider Mite, Two-Spotted Spider Mite
  Red Spider Mite, Two-Spotted Spider Mite
The Red Spider Mite is barely visible with the naked eye, but it can be seen. You would need a magne


Grasshoppers
  Grasshoppers
About 30 grasshopper species are considered garden pests. They wreak the most havoc in the middle of


Deer
  Deer
Deer generally feed in forests and on wild grasses, but when food runs out, they venture out onto th


Squirrels
  Squirrels
Squirrels aren't picky. They'll show up in your garden and have a feeding frenzy on your seedlings,


Mealybugs
  Mealybugs
If your plants leaves are yellowing and you see dark, dirty patches, you may have a mealybug problem


Earwigs
  Earwigs
If your flower petals or soft vegetables are getting munched up, the culprit could be earwigs, which


Aphids
  Aphids
If you see soft, oval-shaped insects that hang out together on the buds of your rose bushes, then ch


Rabbits
  Rabbits
Despite being so adorable-looking, rabbits aren't all that sweet and innocent. Once plants g


Mites
  Mites
If little dots or clusters of yellow show up on your otherwise green plants, then you may have unwel


Slugs and Snails
  Slugs and Snails
Slugs and snails are two of the most aggressive garden pests around - and they always return, no mat


Thrips
  Thrips
If you notice leaves that appear to shrink and curl up, you may have thrips, tiny little pests that


Aphids, Mealy
  Aphids, Mealy
Aphids can be a serious pest by weakening your plants and introducing viruses. Try planting Marigold


Aphids
  Aphids
This is a plant destroyer, that attacks types of Plants, including Broccoli, and Brussel Sprouts. I


Alfalfa Plant Bug
  Alfalfa Plant Bug
Adelphocoris lineolatus, the Alfalfa Plant Bug, is about 7-9 mm long and 3 mm wide. These plant bugs


Blue Jay
  Blue Jay
The Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird, and a member of the family Corvidae native t


Starlings
  Starlings
Starlings have diverse and complex vocalizations, and have been known to imbed sounds from their sur


Pigeons
  Pigeons
Pigeons have been falsely associated with the spread of human diseases. Contact with pigeon dropping


House Sparrow
  House Sparrow
The "true sparrows", the Old World sparrows in the family Passeridae, are small passerine


Araneus Spiders - Orbweavers
  Araneus Spiders - Orbweavers
The orb-weaver spiders (family Araneidae) are the builders of spiral wheel-shaped webs often found i


Crab spider
  Crab spider
Crab spiders make up the Thomisidae family of the Araneae order. They are called crab spiders becaus


Wolf spiders
  Wolf spiders
Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae. They are robust and agile hunters, and have good e


Yellow Sac Spider
  Yellow Sac Spider
They have 8 eyes, 4 in a row on the top of their cephalothorax, and 4 in a row below. They are at


 Funnel Weaver Spider
  Funnel Weaver Spider
Also Known as the grass spider, and the Bora Spider. A very common house spider in the midwest Uni


Cellar Spider
  Cellar Spider
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae Suborder: Araneomo


Thrips, Thunderflies, Thunderbugs, Storm Flies, Corn Lice
  Thrips, Thunderflies, Thunderbugs, Storm Flies, Corn Lice
A Thrips is a very small bug that can just barely be seen by the naked eye. Some may have wings and


Potato Bug - Woodlouse
  Potato Bug - Woodlouse
Common names for Woodlouse include: Armadillo bug, Cheeselog, Doodlebug, Pill bug, Roly-po


Cricket
  Cricket
This pest causes problems by: How to get rid of it:


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