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Hulett Pest Control\'s advice on pest-proofing to keep spiders out

01-19-2015

Hulett Pest Control's advice on pest-proofing to keep spiders out

Hulett Environmental Services warns that homeowners might begin to notice more spiders in and around their home. Much like humans, spiders seek shelter from cooler weather in warm environments. Unfortunately, our homes provide the perfect...

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Top 5 Most Venomous Spiders

01-09-2015

Top 5 Most Venomous Spiders

Redback Spider The Redback Spider resides in the same family as the Black Widow, and is very toxic as well. It normally resides in Australia, and can easily be noticed from the dark red stripe running down its back. Serious symptoms of the...

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Cool New Spider Species Discovered

10-01-2014

Cool New Spider Species Discovered

Cool New Species Discovered Though it looks like a spider, has a web like a spider and moves like a spider, it's not a spider. It's actually a decoy built by a newly-discovered species in the Cyclosa genus. When biologist Phil Torres was...

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Spiders Can Catch and Devour Fish! Just Call HULETT

07-18-2014

Spiders Can Catch and Devour Fish! Just Call HULETT

Give a spider a fish and it will feast for hours. Teach a spider to fish, however, and you are probably just wasting your time—it turns out many species are already more than proficient. Take for example this specimen from the voracious...

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Prevent Spiders

07-16-2014

Prevent Spiders

Hulett Environmental Services reminds homeowners that there are several ways to prevent spider bites and keep them out of the house all together: Install screens and weather stripping on windows and door sweeps on doors. Fix any cracks in siding...

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What to do if a spider bites you

06-05-2014

What to do if a spider bites you

What To Do If you suspect a spider has bitten you, try to bring it with you to the doctor so they can determine the best course of treatment based on the species. Clean the site of the spider bite well with soap and water. Apply a cool compress...

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