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Author Archives: Sean Heffernan

The Largest Spiders in the World

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The deBugged blog takes a look at three of the largest spider species in the world, including the Giant Baboon Spider and the Goliath Birdeater.

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The Pied Piper: The Original Rodent Control Pro

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deBugged blogger, Sean Heffernan, looks fondly back on history’s original rodent control expert – the Pied Piper of Hamelin.

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Parachuting Mice Fight Snake Infestation in Guam

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Guam is combating their snake infestation problem on the island by parachuting dead mice packed with Tylenol into the forest.

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Interview with a Technician: Edwin Ortega

Pest Control Technician Edwin Ortega Presto-X

The deBugged blog interviewed Presto-X Pest Control technician, Edwin Ortega, about his daily experiences helping customers control and prevent pest problems.

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Kudzu Bug Distribution On The Move

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Native to Asia, the kudzu bug has spread across southeastern U.S. states and is on track to continue to cause headaches by destroying crops and invading homes.

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