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07 / 15 / 16
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How To Get Rid Of Centipedes In Hawaii

Centipedes are a fairly common pest that frequently invades Hawaiian homes. Here at Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions we are often asked the question, “How do I get rid of centipedes?” Well, we are here to answer this burning question and give you the steps needed to get rid of centipedes once and for all!

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05 / 17 / 16
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Should Hawaii Residents Be Afraid Of House Centipedes?

Are centipedes dangerous? Well, that depends on who you are. Danger comes in many forms; take a look at these facts about centipedes in Hawaii.

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11 / 18 / 15
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Centipedes in Hawaii

The probability of encountering centipedes in or around your Hawaii home is extremely high since they are very common here. This critter, which can have up to 177 pairs of legs, is part of the Scolopendra family, of which three types can be found in our beautiful Hawaiian paradise. They have an elongated, flattened exoskeleton body and a head with distinctive antennae. The body is segmented, as are the antennae, which are used for smelling as well as feeling. Since the centipede's eyesight is extremely poor, the antennae are very important in their search for food.

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10 / 31 / 15
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Centipedes. How scary are they?

Centipedes in Hawaii can be scary. Really scary! And the probability of encountering them in or around your Hawaii home is high. Really high. They can be long, up to a foot in length, and can have up to 177 legs. They are fast, and their sting can hurt! If you ever have the displeasure of being bitten by one of these creepy critters, you can expect to experience the pain of a bee sting. They won't let go until you beat them senseless--then the pain, which begins with a slow burning in a small spot then grows larger until it encompasses an area about two inches in diameter. Depending on where you were bitten, the pain can be excruciating. In places where there are more nerve endings, like fingers or toes, the pain will be worse.

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