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27
Jul
2017

Stink Bugs: Causing A Big Stink

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Ever step on a strange-looking bug, only to be surprised by a stinky odor in the air? You probably encountered a stink bug, very likely the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug. It was not until the early 2000’s that the bugs started to pop up in most Mid-Atlantic states, after they were first discovered invading homes in Pennsylvania in the 1990’s.…

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27
Jul
2017

Jumping Spiders: A Leap of Faith

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The journey of finding a mate for the male jumping spider can be a rough one, even deadly. Unfortunately, these male critters cannot tell many species of spiders apart, and therefore will court almost any type of female spider they encounter. This means that some species of hungry female spiders will gobble them right up if they show up unwelcomed.…

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26
Jul
2017

Poisonous Spiders of Connecticut

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The good news is that most of the spiders you see in Connecticut are harmless; they may be freaky looking and burdensome, but if they bite you, you will probably just have to deal with a little bit of pain and/or itching. Of all of the spiders in the U.S.A., the CDC reports that there are only two species that…

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25
Jul
2017

Bee Barrier Protection: Protecting Bees and Your Home—A Win-Win For Everyone!

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You know that bees are a necessity to the environment and the food chain, but that doesn’t mean you want them wreaking havoc on outdoor barbecues or company events. At Richland Pest & Bee Control, we respect bees and their contribution to mankind, but we also don’t want them being a burden to your family or your company. That’s why…

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