Chiggers in San Antonio
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Chiggers are mites and fall under the category of arachnids. This means they are related to ticksscorpions, and spiders. Chiggers are tiny, but if you ever have an encounter with them, you won’t forget it. The preferred hosts of this tiny critter are birds, small mammals, or rodents, but humans are on the menu as well. The juvenile or larval form of certain species of mites are parasitic and feed off of hosts. When they mature into adults, they are no longer parasitic. In adulthood, they are predatory and feed on insect eggs, small insects, and other chiggers. If you see chiggers in San Antonio and the suburbs of Champions Ridge, Alamo Heights, and Terrell Hills, give us a call today.

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