1300 342 592
Servicing: Brisbane | Redland Bay | Ipswich | Logan Area

Mosquito and biting midge management has entered a new age of technology that is proving a great relief to thousands of Australians.  At Amalgamated Pest Control we can provide a range of services that can help you get on top of your mosquito and biting midge problem. However you can make a start.

Environmental Corrections.

The first step to reducing the problem is looking in your own backyard. Many mosquito species breed in fresh or brackish water. They are known as container breeders and will breed up in anything that will hold free water including plastic containers, bottles, cans, plants, watering dishes, tree hollows, open rainwater tanks, guttering, ponds, tyres and tarps.

If you find an item or area on your property that collects water, then if possible change the situation so that the water can run away and not pool. If you have fish ponds, then make sure they are stocked with suitable fish that feed on mosquito larvae.

Of course not all mosquitoes and biting midges you encounter breed in your backyard. Many will fly in and often come from saltwater marshes and other similar habitat. Local councils do an excellent job in keeping the numbers of these pests to a minimum; however they cannot stop them breeding altogether. That’s why you can still suffer – especially in the summer months.


Termites attack untreated wood, and usually by the time their work is visible…


One of the largest of our pest species. 35-40mm in length, Reddish brown…


Females weave silk egg-cases, each of which may contain hundreds….


Silverfish typically live for two to eight years. Silverfish are agile runners…


Ants form colonies that range in size from a few dozen predatory individuals…


Fleas in the home can be an irritating and annoying problem…


Most rodents are small animals with robust bodies, short limbs, and long tails…


European wasps are approximately 15-25 mm in length…


Flies have a mobile head, with a pair of large compound eyes and mouth parts…

Quick Contact


Critter's Pest Management

PO Box 227
Capalaba QLD 4157
Phone: 1300 342 592
Email: admin@termitetreatment.com.au