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October 3, 2019 • Indoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Why are people so afraid of spiders?

Arachnophobia -- fear of spiders -- is quite common. It also leads people to do some pretty irrational things to avoid the creepy crawly creatures.

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September 27, 2019 • Indoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Hobo spiders and Brown recluse spiders: What's the difference?

Hobo spiders and brown recluse spiders are sometimes confused with each other. Here are some ways to tell the difference.

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September 26, 2019 • Outdoor Pests

A single yellowjacket sting almost killed him.

A single yellowjacket sting almost killed Greg. This giant of a man learned the hard way that he was allergic to yellowjackets.

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September 24, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin • Indoor Pests • Outdoor Pests

Yellowjacket vs. Spider

Yellowjackets eat spiders and insects, but sometimes the tables are turned and the arachnid gets a leg up!

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September 18, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin • Outdoor Pests

Why yellowjackets are most aggressive in fall

Why are yellowjackets more aggressive and dangerous in fall? There are three main reasons.

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September 12, 2019 • Indoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Fall means spiders are looking for love

It's spider mating season... and the males act "like a group of guys on a pub crawl". Don't let your home become a hotspot for spider hookups!

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September 11, 2019 • Indoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin • Helpful Hints

Why are ants inside my home?

When you spot a few ants indoors, inevitably hundreds or thousands more are lurking away unseen. But how -- and why -- did they show up there? And more importantly, how can you get rid of them?

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September 5, 2019 • Indoor Pests

Five fascinating facts about fruit flies

Five fascinating fruit fly facts... and one fast fix!

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September 2, 2019 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Wafters, Stay-Stillers and Total Panickers

Comedian Michael McIntyre has a stand-up routine in which he categorizes people based on how they respond to wasps and yellowjackets buzzing around them.

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