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Posts Tagged ‘arizona brown spider’

Tuscon’s Busy Bees and Their Benefits

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

If you hear a buzzing noise, you may be in Tucson.  According to desertmuseum.org, “The region around Tucson, Arizona is thought to host more kinds of bees than anywhere else in the world…”  While bees often get a bad rap, three important benefits that bees provide are pollination and the production of both honey and beeswax.  (more…)

A Web of Symptoms: How to Tell if You’ve Been Bitten by a Dangerous Spider

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Of all the creatures you may find in or around your home, coming face-to-face with a spider is particularly startling. Though most arachnids will do their best to avoid you, many homeowners can’t help but be concerned when these uninvited guests make an appearance. After all, isn’t a spider bite dangerous? (more…)

5 Tips To Keep Spiders Out Of Your Home

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Although spiders can be quite beneficial by trapping other pests in their webs, the fear of spiders is one of the most common phobias of all. In addition, both active and inactive spider webs can make your home look dirty and unkempt. Of course, some spiders, such as the black widow and Arizona brown recluse, are dangerous and should never be allowed inside the home. Although professional pest control is the only way to banish these invaders for good, following 5 simple tips can greatly reduce the chances of spiders making a new home with you.

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