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Invasive species are a problem all over the world. Whether they were purposefully brought here, or came here by accident, they are not meant to be here for a reason.

Invasive bugs, animals and plants can completely ruin an established ecosystem by killing off native species and overpopulating the areas they occupy. In most cases, when you come across one of these foreign critters, it is best to kill them to prevent further damage.

Many invasive species that go unnoticed but can do incredible amounts of damage are insects and arachnids. These little guys can buzz right by you, unnoticed, but cause so much damage to local crops, and native species.

In order to help you know what bugs are okay to kill with no remorse, here are 10 invasive species found in Texas that you should kill on sight.

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