Identify a Parasite
Extermination Dynamique : Identify a Parasite in Greater Montreal
Recognize a Parasite
It is not always easy to identify an insect. To do this, you can bring a specimen to the exterminator or even send a photo by email. Our technicians at Extermination Dynamique can identify it and give you a free estimate.
Identify an Insect in Greater Montreal
Identify a Rodent in the Greater Montreal
This nocturnal flying mammal is distinguished by a membrane linked to its forelimbs that acts like a wing. It orients itself using sound waves created by the cries it emits. Since bats eat insects, they sometimes move into attics. You must therefore make your attic inaccessible.
This small bushy tailed rodent is very skilled in the trees and is capable of jumping large distances. It has a habit of storing provisions for the winter. Squirrels can be harmful to humans because they sometimes take up residence in homes and gnaw on wires or equipment.
This rodent has a long scaly tail, a pointed snout and a gray coat. It lives in the countryside as well as the city. If rats find their way into a building, they must be removed quickly, because they carry diseases and reproduce very quickly.
The fur of this mammal is gray and brown, its tail is striped and it has a black mask. Of a curious and intelligent nature, it is always in search of food and will try to get it by any means. The presence of a raccoon is inconvenient since it can take up residence in your attic, rummage through your trash or make a nest under your porch.
This small, omnivorous rodent with a whitish or gray coat is characterized by a long snout and a long thin tail. Females can have several litters per year; they reproduce very quickly. Mostly nocturnal, mice live in burrows outside but also inside when they successfully break into houses, barns or other buildings.