The house mouse, the second most widespread mammal on the planet after the human being. Although several species of mice inhabit the domestic environment, both as humans, as pets and laboratory animals, others are from rural habitats. Since they are capable of consuming human crops or food reserves, numerous means have been developed since ancient times to combat their presence, including the domestication of predators such as cats, ferrets, jinets and various mongooses. An excessive proliferation of Mouse population can mean a plague. This situation, for example in the fields, leads to the devastation of crops. The mice that inhabit these areas can gnaw the bark of trees and shrubs, destroy stored fruits, and devour young stems or shrubs. Like rats, mouse pests can be especially harmful to both human crops and the environment, if they are released somewhere where they lack predators.

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Cimexopsis is a genus of bed bugs in the family Cimicidae. There is one described species in Cimexopsis, C. nyctalis.


Cimex is a genus of insects in the family Cimicidae.[1] Cimex species are ectoparasites that typically feed on the blood of birds and mammals. Two species, Cimex lectularius and Cimex hemipterus, are known as bed bugs and frequently feed on humans, although other species may parasitize humans opportunistically.[2] Species that primarily parasitize bats are known as bat bugs.

The insects are 3 to 9 millimetres (0.12 to 0.35 in) long and have flattened reddish-brown bodies with small nonfunctional wings.


Hesperocimex coloradensis, the Colorado bed bug, is a species of bed bug in the family Cimicidae. It is found in Central America and North America.


Primicimex is a monotypic genus of ectoparasitic bed bugs in the family Cimicidae, the only species being Primicimex cavernis,[1][2][3] which is both the largest cimicid, and the most primitive one. It feeds on bats and was known only from Ney Cave in Medina County, Texas,[4] but has since been found in a cave near Chocoyos, Chimaltenango, Guatemala.


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