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It could be just that droppings form caterpillars eating the foliage. Take a set of binoculars and look at the leaves and see if any are showing signs of being eaten (holes in the leaf or parts of the
No honeydew will not effect allergies or infections. Normally a black sooty mold will grow on the high sugar honeydew and these spores could cause a problem if there is a high population of the sooty mold
Sounds like aphids --these insects will suck the plant juices from the plant and secrete a substance called honeydew which is high in sugar content and sticky. A sooty mold will grow on this sugar making
Yes this is a cockroach . It is an immature adult more than likely a German or a brown-banded cockroach. Here is a web site that gives you more then you really want to know about cockroaches. http://www
Carpenter ant nests are very common inside trees, especially older trees that are hollow or have a significant amount of dead limbs and branches. The nests are usually in rotted, decayed wood, although