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SPIDERS, SPIDERS AND OTHER SPIDERS

Did you know we have two different recluse spiders in the United States? They are both small bodied with very long legs. The most common recluse spider in the world is the loxosceles ryfescens named the Mediterranean recluse spider, likely because it is thought to originate there. It seems to travel with human cargo and… Read more »

Poison Ivy Season – Avoid the Rash

It is spring time and once again it is time for cleaning of yards, debris from winter and just general clean up around your property. Time for Poison Ivy again! A few key facts about poison ivy to keep in mind: The rash is caused by oil, Urushiol Urushiol is present in ALL parts of… Read more »

All About Bed Bugs – Facts

BedBug Facts Wingless insects of the family cimicidae. Small, flat, oval, reddish-brown body. Adults are about the size of an apple seed. Feed on human and animal blood. Active at night and bite any areas of exposed skin. Can infest a home and hide in crevices or cracks around beds or furniture. While some bites… Read more »