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Venomous Spiders in North America

Black Widow On Web

The deBugged blog profiles four venomous spiders that are active in North America, including the black widow and brown recluse spiders.

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Why Bugs Love Basements

Discover the reasons why bugs are so fond of infesting basements and pick up a few good tips on how to pest proof your basement.

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Ants at My Door – Ticks in My Kitchen

I don’t really have ants at my door or ticks in my kitchen but this is a likely scenario many home and business owners will soon be contending with, if they aren’t already. While not many people are complaining about a mild winter – I mean come on, who truly missed snow removal?- the flip [...]

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Avoid Foreign Pests While Traveling

I’m not going to say everyone hates creepy crawly things – entomologists exist after all – but at least most of us do. We tend to deal with these creepy crawlies because at least we know what kind of pests we might expect to find in our own backyard. Traveling abroad, however, opens up a [...]

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DIY vs. Hiring a Professional

Choices for pest control are rarely considered when things are quiet and the absence of things that go bump in the night, or the telltale sign of spiders or other bugs are curiously absent from our lives. We’ve all been there. You see the first trail of ants and you get out the ant spray or [...]

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