Pest Control Experts in Yuma, AZ

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Pest Control
  • Bed Bugs
  • Scorpions
  • Spiders
  • Rodents
  • Bees
  • Ticks
  • Flying Insects
  • Pigeon Co
Green Products
When the environment and safety is a concern, going green may be for you. We have a variety of products to offer in our green pest control program. We have some green products that even smell fresh and earthy. Maybe you would like your home exterior to have a minty scent all while feeling that you did your part for the environment. Did you know that some green pest control products don't have to even be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency? The EPA must know they are quite safe. Green, what an excellent way to go. We at RAM Pest felt an obligation to both our customers and the environment to provide a green option to pest control.
Termites - Pest Control in Yuma, AZ
Termite Control
  • Pre-Construction Treatment
  • Post Construction Treatment
  • Termidor Treatments
  • Baiting & Monitoring Systems
Bug - Pest Control in Yuma, AZ
Bug Tips
Brown Recluse

Brown Recluse spiders are known for their reclusive nature and avoid humans. However, despite their reclusive nature, they do bite humans. The most common situations resulting in bites are these:

When people put on clothing or shoes (containing a spider) that were left on the floor overnight when the spider crawled into the object.
When people blindly pick up or grab objects without gloves in a secluded or rarely visited area.
When people roll over in bed on a spider that had climbed up the covers that were touching the floor.

The most recognized feature of the Brown Recluse spider is violin pattern on the cephalothorax or in other words the location on the top side of the spider near the head. Thus, they have been nick named the Fiddleback Spider.

The violin pattern is common in adult brown recluses, but some young brown recluse spiders do not have any contrasting pigmentation in the violin region.

Recluse spiders also have abdomens devoid of any coloration pattern. Their legs lack thickened spines but are covered with fine hairs.
Honey Bee

The human fascination with this insect began thousands of years ago when people discovered what wonderfully tasty stuff honey is!

Honeybees have a bright color pattern to warn potential predators (or honey thieves!) that they have a weapon to defend themselves. Their weapon is a modified ovipositor (egg-laying tube). This is combined with a venom gland to create a stinger (formally known as an aculeus) located at the end of the abdomen. Because the stinger is modified from a structure found only in females, male bees cannot sting. When the hive is threatened, honeybees will swarm out and attack with their stingers to drive the enemy away.
Worker Ant

Like all insects, ants have six legs. Each leg has three joints. The legs of the ant are very strong so they can run very quickly. If a man could run as fast for his size as an ant can, he could run as fast as a racehorse. Ants can lift 20 times their own body weight. An ant brain has about 250 000 brain cells. A human brain has 10,000 million so a colony of 40,000 ants has collectively the same size brain as a human.

The average life expectancy of an ant is 45-60 days. Ants use their antenae not only for touch, but also for their sense of smell. The head of the ant has a pair of large, strong jaws. The jaws open and shut sideways like a pair of scissors. Adult ants cannot chew and swallow solid food. Instead they swallow the juice which they squeeze from pieces of food. They throw away the dry part that is left over. The ant has two eyes, each eye is made of many smaller eyes.

They are called compound eyes. The abdomen of the ant contains two stomachs. One stomach holds the food for itself and second stomach is for food to be shared with other ants. Like all insects, the outside of their body is covered with a hard armour this is called the exoskeleton. Ants have four distinct growing stages, the egg, larva, pupa and the adult. Biologists classify ants as a special group of wasps. (Hymenoptera Formicidae) There are over 10000 known species of ants. Each ant colony has at least one or more queens.