Homemade Methods for Boxelder Bugs?

Answer Boxelder bugs are typically found in female box elder trees, where they survive by feeding on the seeds of the plant. These insects are also found on maples, ash and a variety of shade trees. Boxel... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs?

Boxelder bugs, while not dangerous, can be a tremendous nuisance if they enter your home in large numbers. They can congregate in huge masses, ruining curtains, carpets, and clothing with their exc... Read More »

How Can I Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs in the House?

Boxelder bugs are harmless to humans but can be a nuisance because they can enter the home in large numbers, primarily during the late summer or early fall months. They are black with orange or red... Read More »

Do Boxelder Bugs Like Pine Trees?

Cloaked in red and black and content to munch on boxelders, the western boxelder bug (Boisea rubrolineata) poses little threat to pine trees. Generally speaking, the boxelder bug does very little ... Read More »

Bugs That Climb Up Boxelder Trees?

Boxelder trees (Acer negundo L.) are members of the Aceraceae or maple family. Other names for boxelder trees are California boxelder, Western boxelder and ashleaf maple. While these trees are gene... Read More »