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Identify the bugs!

With the help from our friends at the University of Minnesota Department of Entomology, you can identify the bugs that bother you the most. Click on a photo below to get more information. (Although the U of MN site is geared for and mentions diseases carried by these insects in Minnesota, the bugs are found throughout the country and can pose an additional threat in your area.)

 

The Mosquito

Mosquitoes have menaced humans for thousands of years and can carry disease. For more info., follow the links to the right. Most species are generally repelled by DEET. Buggspray with a unique vanilla scent has 25% DEET and it smells good!

Mosquito Information

CDC - WNV

Other vector-borne diseases
Black Fly, Buffalo Gnat, or Biting Gnat Black flies buzz around your head and bite at your hairline as well as your ankles. Our Original Formula and Buggspray for Biting Flies will work well to repel them.

More info. from the U of M

Deer Fly

Deer flies buzz your head too and are ferocious biters. Buggspray Insect Repellent Original with 25% DEET, along with a full brimmed hat, will provide some relief. Buggspray for Biting Flies will keep them from biting - GUARANTEED!

Stable Fly

Stable flies attack your ankles mercilessly. They are tough to repel but Buggspray Insect Repellent Original with 25% DEET may provide 30 - 60 minutes relief. Buggspray for Biting Flies will keep them from biting - GUARANTEED!

Horse Fly

Horse flies are huge and can be ferocious biters. Luckily, they are slow and can be swatted. However, we have found something that works to repel them.

We solved the GNAT problem and now we can say we really repel these last three pests. Buggspray for Biting Flies will keep them from biting - GUARANTEED!

Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease has become an increasingly common problem throughout the United States. It is carried by the adult female deer tick. Take a look at this MAP FROM THE CDC showing the risk areas for Lyme Disease. To prevent transmission, the Centers for Disease Control recommends the use of DEET-based repellents on the skin and clothes in combination with permethrin sprayed on clothes.

 

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