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Category Archives: Exterminator Spiders

Spider sightings lead to venomous tales on the North Fork

AP/CAROLYN KASTER PHOTO | A preserved brown recluse spider on display at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History in March 2011. Theres been a spider scare out in Greenport, just in time for Halloween. But local experts say the chances of finding a venomous brown recluse spider on the North Fork are about as good as seeing a witch fly across the lighted moon Continue reading

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Necklace missing after spider story gets ‘exterminators’ into apartment

A pair of men posing as exterminators duped an elderly South End woman into letting them walk through her apartment Friday, pocketing a necklace along the way. Police spokesman Fred Hess said a woman in her late 80s was in front of her apartment when two men in a truck pulled up. Both men got out, one with a spray can Continue reading

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How to Prevent, Identify Brown Recluse Spider Bites

COLUMBIA – Brown Recluse spiders recently invaded a home in Marble Hill, Mo., and the Missouri Department of Conservation (MoDOC) reports you can find them statewide. According to the MoDOC, “recluse” is a fitting name for these spiders because they often hide in drawers, closets, attics and basement areas. Continue reading

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Dangerous spiders invading East Texas homes

TYLER (KYTX) -A warning for parents – experts are seeing more dangerous spiders in East Texas homes this year, and that means greater risk for bites, especially among kids. They’re the kind of guests you definitely don’t want to share your house with – black widows. Continue reading

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Brown recluses becoming a problem in some areas

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Brown Recluse Invasion

August 15, 2012 Updated Aug 15, 2012 at 8:33 PM PDT This season in Oklahoma a growing number of homeowners are reporting dangerous spider sightings. A mild winter appears to have ushered in an unusually high number of brown recluse, or fiddleback, spiders. Now the summer’s drought is bringing them indoors. Continue reading

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Brown recluse infestations on rise

TULSA – This season a growing number of Tulsans are reporting dangerous spider sightings. A mild winter appears to have ushered in an unusually high number of brown recluse spiders, also known as fiddlebacks Continue reading

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"Just Be Aware That The Black Widow Spider Is Around"

Oh, great! Crazy spiders aren’t just invading the Natural History Museumseems the mild winter and steamy summer has brought them out in force in the five boroughs, too. “Just be aware that the Black Widow spider is around,” a spider exterminator tells CBS. “It can be dangerous.” But before you freak out too muchOMG, black widows! the most venomous North American spider!note that the mate-killing arachnid typically will only bite a human in self-defense. Continue reading

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Black widow spiders INVADING New York

Black widow spiders have crawled to New York in droves this summer. Though usually rare in the Tri-State area, some exterminators say theyve arrived in the big apple, like so many tourists, looking to go on a spree. Continue reading

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Black Widow spiders are thriving in hot humid summer

A mild winter coupled with a hot and humid summer is breeding a new population boom in black widow spiders. New York-based spider exterminator Bernie Holsttold CBSthat, although rare in the tri-state area, people should be on the lookout for the poisonous arachnid Continue reading

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