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Each of these represent a different species of insect. Some are helpful to humans and some are quite the pests. How do we protect ourselves against the pests without destroying the beneficial ones simultaneously? Some anatomical/physiological features are unique and some are common, so we can either use harmful methods that are highly selective to a specific nuisance, or we can use harmless methods that affect them all. Which approach maximizes the safety of our families without compromising effectiveness? Could you drink a pesticide, or lick a bait trap? Could your pet walk across a glue pad? At Quiverent, we solve complex problems like these every day

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