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 Species of Spiders in Washington State?

Answer There are more than 40,000 categorized arachnid species in the world and only 3,000 are native to North America. There is no such thing as a "non-poisonous" spider. All spiders are carnivorous pred... Read More »
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Endangered Species in the State of Washington?

Washington State is in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and offers a variety of habitats for wildlife species, including rainforests, prairies, coastlines and mountains. However, s... Read More »
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Species of Spiders in South Carolina?

South Carolina lies along the coast in the southeastern part of the United States. The state has a humid, subtropical climate with ample rainfall, ranging from 38 inches in the central region to 52... Read More »
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How to get rid of spiders (various species) in and around home?

leave cotton balls damp with oil of pennyroyal they should flee quickly after that I think dry dusting it's the simplest solution to me and you could leave pennyroyal out side the windows where sp... Read More »
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Common Spiders of Southeastern Washington?

Spiders rarely bite humans as biting is merely their only form of self-defense, they'd much rather bite their prey. Spiders have eight legs and eight eyes. The size of the eyes and their placement ... Read More »
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