Scorpion in Cyprus


Scorpion in Cyprus

Sprays, disinfection, how to control and exterminate them.

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Many people are having problem with Scorpion in Cyprus. The Scorpion although it seems not arachnid insect but the superclass of arthropods. Has a size of 3 to 18 centimeters. Lives in dry and rocky areas. She lives alone and does not change the place stays until he dies. On the day hiding under rocks, in crevices and even inside homes, in dark corners or under furniture . At night comes from the crypt for finding food. Scorpions eat insects, spiders and other small bugs.

Not removed from the cache outside since multiplied, so we have to find a mate. After mating, the female devours the male scorpion and after a few months the female gives birth to 25-30 eggs. The mother helps with the tongs to emerge from small eggs. After the clean up, putting it over on its back, which occupy about 15 days. During this time the mother always stays in her nest, without eating anything.

The sting of a scorpion living in Europe causes pain and skin irritant, but is not dangerous. The scorpions living in equatorial regions is very dangerous. The poison which have thorn in the side of their tail is lethal, more for children but also for adults.

There is a solution.

Scorpion in Cyprus can be a very serious problem. Our company exterminate with specific methods and sprays Scorpion throughout Cyprus, depending on their type using products approved by the Health Authorities of the Ministry of Agriculture and the European Union.

The technical scientists FLY PEST CONTROL is always near you and they have at their disposal a number of powerful disinfectants, insecticides, methods for the control of insects and rodents and provide assurance that the attack has fully addressed satisfactorily, providing high level security for your family and for your pets.

So if you have problem with Scorpion in Cyprus, and you would like to get rid of them, feel free to ask for a free estimate and advice. Contact us today.