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User: Leee (see all of Leee's photos)
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Date: 10/20/03
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buggyhater

Registered: 05/2004
Location: oregon
Photos Uplaoded: 1
Comments Left: 0
really really dont like bugs...

these "centi" keep showing there nasty selfs around my house....i have killed one (it was huge) and caught one. the second one is not as big as the first..what i would like to know is are they poisonous, how fast do they breed and what can i do to get rid of them ALL. Also i have a puppy that eats anything she thinks is yummy and a kitty that would be courious if he incounterd one. please hurry....im very grossed out...i cant even walk around with out watching where im going. eewwwwww.........
05-08-2004 05:28PM View buggyhater's Profile  

Leeee

Registered: 10/2003
Location: north shore of lake erie
Photos Uplaoded: 41
Comments Left: 0

they're harmless.
There's tons of websites with info on how to deal with these pests. there are many stories of people's homes being invaded so bad they have to move out. my cat likes to eat them. I don't mind the critters. I 'm keeping a few right now. curious to haw big they grow.
05-16-2004 03:56PM View Leeee's Profile View Leeee's Gallery  

BarnSpider

Registered: 01/2003
Location: Ripon, WI.
Photos Uplaoded: 61
Comments Left: 0
Single & looking. Any single, female arachnid ladies out there?

The biggest one I've seen has been about an inch & a half.. which according to the info. I've read on them is about the maximum size they get. I'm sure as with anything though there's exceptions to the rule. I used to see them a lot when I lived in older houses. For the most part they're harmless, @ least in the sense that they don't "hunt you down". The larger specimens can bite though if mishandled, pinched, or trapped. The reaction, like many spider bites, is said to be minimal, as their toxicity is low.

Jim in Wisconsin
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