Boxlord Bug is a common and famous pest in Ontario, which is the most abundant after summer when May is very hot and July is very dry. However, in abundance, place-space is very different from year to year. There are some boxer bug problems in such years even when there is no time to spread widespread.
During the summer months, box officers feed on insects, including trees, bushes and other plants (boxers, maple, ash and others). They feed on their sap from their host plants but do not cause significant damage. Boxer bugs become futile insects in the fall, when they leave the hiding places for plants to winter. During their random search, they gather on the south side of the sunshine, buildings, trees and rocks, from there they roam the houses in the foundation and siding, with cracks with windows and intervals with doors, and other small openings. Box bug bugs remain inactive inside the walls or the Atex, while they are cold. Fury occurs when the heat gets hot from furnace or during the winter the sun is activated and the room crawls.