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As good as beetles are at getting into your home or business, they’re terrible at getting back out; when you spot them on your windows and walls, they’re actually trying to leave. However, you shouldn’t hold your breath for them to eventually find an exit.
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Squishing beetles when you see them isn’t the best idea – they have a tough exoskeleton that makes them hard to kill, and some will even release an unpleasant odor when frightened or crushed, like the boxelder bug. These beetles are sometimes confused with actual stink bugs.
The most effective way to fight back against beetles invading your home or business is to not let them indoors in the first place. Seal cracks around windows and doors, repair holes in window and door screens, and consider taping your windows shut – ladybugs are so good at sneaking in, they can even fit through some closed windows. Ladybugs and boxelder bugs are especially attracted to the south and west sides of light-colored buildings because they radiate warmth. If you live near a wooded area, this step can make a huge difference.
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Signs of Beetle Infestations
Although different types of beetles exhibit different behaviors, they all generally leave similar warning signs of their presence! Some of the indicators of a beetle infestation include:
- Seeing beetles in dark, undisturbed areas such as pantries, inside attics, in upholstered furniture, and more.
- Spotting small holes in carpeting or in walls through which different types of beetles may have burrowed.
- Food packaging being damaged or eaten.
- Noticing their droppings, known as frass.
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Aside from sealing up your home, you should also consider contacting a pest control company to apply insecticide spray to your exterior walls in preparation for colder weather. This will kill most ladybugs and boxelder bugs on contact as they attempt to enter your home in the fall. Once winter hits, if you do notice some insects still made it indoors, we strongly advise against spraying any sort of insecticide – especially if you have small children or pets. It’s best to leave treatment up to your local pest management professionals.
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Definitions for barbel
ˈbɑr bəl bar·bel
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word barbel.
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barbel, feeler (noun)
slender tactile process on the jaws of a fish
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A freshwater fish of the genus Barbus.
Whisker-like sensory organs, located around the mouth of certain fish, including catfish, carp, goatfish, sturgeon, and some types of shark.
Origin: From barbel.
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a slender tactile organ on the lips of certain fished
a large fresh-water fish ( Barbus vulgaris) found in many European rivers. Its upper jaw is furnished with four barbels
barbs or paps under the tongued of horses and cattle. See 1st Barb, 3
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A barbel on a fish is a slender, whiskerlike tactile organ near the mouth. Fish that have barbels include the catfish, the carp, the goatfish, hagfish, sturgeon, the zebrafish and some species of shark. They house the taste buds of such fish and are used to search for food in murky water. Barbels are often erroneously referred to as barbs, which are found in bird feathers for flight. Barbels may be located in a variety of places. Maxillary barbels refer to barbels on either side of the mouth. Barbels may also be nasal, or extended from the nostrils. Also, barbels are often mandibular or mental, or located on the chin.
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bärb′el, n. a fresh-water fish with beard-like appendages at its mouth. [O. Fr. barbel—Low L. barbellus—L. barba, a beard.]
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(Barbus vulgaris). An English river-fish of the carp family, distinguished by the four appendant beards, whence its name is derived. It is between 2 and 3 feet in length, and coarse. Also, barbel is a small piece of armour which protects part of the bassenet.