Most Bumble bees nest in the ground, utilizing deserted rodent burrows and shallow cavities excavated beneath patio stones, landscaping timbers, piles of grass clippings, and in the dense thatch of long grass.
Cockroaches usually choose to live in protected cracks and crevices which provide a warm and humid environment.
Rats sometimes alter or even reverse their nocturnal behavior to a diurnal behavior depending on human activity and the availability of resources.
At the beginning of an infestation in a bedroom, bed begs are likely found on the beds. At first they are apt to hide about the tufts, seams, and folds of mattresses and daybed covers later the spread to crack and crevices of bed streams.
Most Cockroaches deposit their egg case in a protected location soon after it is formed and a few others keep the egg case partially lodged in the abdomen.
When present in large numbers, Crickets are a considerable annoyance and can cause damage to some fabric such as linen. They will attack paper and all kinds of foods.
Many species of spiders are common house-hold pests. Certain common household spiders spin webs over lamps, in corners and in basements. Every cobweb was made by a spider.
Sometimes the ant colony may establish a nest near the edge of a foundation slab from which the foragers will move inward along plumbing and electrical entries or through cracks and expansion joints in the foundation.
Drywood termites live entirely in dry, sound wood. Unlike subterranean termites, they do not require any connection with the soil and no above-ground moisture source.
Cockroaches produce odor secretions from different points in the bodies which can affect the flavor of many different foods. When cockroach populations are high, these secretions may result in a characteristic odor in the general region of the infestation.