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Old 06-04-2012, 11:56 PM   #11
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Use a shop vac. THe pesticides may make your kids and pets sick.
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Pensacola is outside the normal range of the brown recluse
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:20 AM   #13
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Buckyt, if they are in a place where you can spray water use a garden sprayer on a hose and fill it with Ivory dish washing liquid soap. I have a problem with Brown and Black Widows, I spray all around my house and under tables and chairs with this, even kills ants and roaches. It has to contact them though, has little residual value.
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I have never seen a Recluse, but have lots of spiders on the pier. I have been able to keep them under control with the Talstar, but I will try the Ivory soap deal. There are ton's of egg sac's around the pier. Hopefully the soap will kill whatever is in these sacs. So far the biggest problem has been the spider webs everywhere.
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If they have the spikes on them they are Widow eggs. The soap should dry them
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I took these photographs of a brown recluse spider up close. We find these everywhere in our house in North Texas. Not a spider you want to get bit by. Its not really fatal, few if anyone dies from a bite, but the bite does rot the flesh away and will leave lots of bad memories.

http://www.gather.com/viewSlideshow....?albumId=34211

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Have been biten by A Black Widow and a Brown Recluse. Both times it took almost two years to completely heal. They would just keep seeping. Real pain in the butt.

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