The boxelder bug (Boisea trivittata) is a North American species of true bug. They are primarily found on boxelder trees which is their primary food source. The adults are about ½ inch long with a dark brown or black coloration as well as red wing veins.
Are They Dangerous?
The boxelder bug is not dangerous to people but has been known to bite. They are more of a nuisance pest, congregating inside and outside of structures.
How Do You Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs?
Boxelder bugs can be difficult to control. Our Omaha based technicians identify and treat the issue inside and outside of the dwelling. We use the latest EPA approved pesticides in our treatment programs.
Please contact Pratt Pest Control for a free inspection and estimate, 402-691-2920.