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FREE Spider Identification Chart

added on July 19, 2009 by mooncow728, last updated on May 25, 2013 by HouTex

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A READY REFERENCE GUIDE
Spider Chart & First Aid advice
in full color of dangerous and other spiders commonly found in USA - features the brown recluse, black widow, hobo spider, mouse spider, wolf spider, huntsman and many other spiders with notes to aid in identification and FIRST AID advice for spider bites.
        
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  • 32386
    overaged
    apprentice
    1 1 1
    Posted by overaged on July 19, 2009
    [reply] 1 0
    this is kinda useful. We have lots of spiders around here and it would be helpful to be able to see what kind they all are at a glance instead of looking them up online all the time.
  • 32388
    arzkar
    professor
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    Posted by arzkar on July 19, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    I agree overaged, it's realy useful.
  • 32405
    mooncow728
    professor
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    12 6 1
    Posted by mooncow728 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    Glad it's helpful. I just found out I have brown recluses in my garage and laundry room eww. At least no one has got bitten yet though and I can get rid of them.
  • 32416
    lprjohnny
    novice
    2
    Posted by lprjohnny on July 20, 2009
    [reply] 1 0
    Limpia tu casa
  • 32424
    Solstice
    professor
    1 6 2
    11 4 1
    Posted by Solstice on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    Icky but useful.
  • 32446
    pablos17
    deity
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    10 8 2
    Posted by pablos17 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    All I received was an email with a copy of this "reference guide." Why did I have to fill out an online form giving my personal info? Am I going to receive an actual printed copy?
  • 32460
    pablos17
    deity
    2 4 6
    10 8 2
    Posted by pablos17 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    I don't believe anything gets "shipped" -only e-mail received with no mention of receiving a hard-copy.
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    • mooncow728
      professor
      1 1
      12 6 1
      Posted by mooncow728 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      I think they send you a different chart that doesn't contain first aid in the mail, but if you put your e-mail you get "Spider Chart FIRST AID emailed to you." I'm not sure but just looking at it, that's what it appears to me.

      Also here's the link before this page http://www.termite.com/spider-identification.html. It says that the chart will be "mailed direct to you, free of charge."

      I sure hope they send these in the mail because it would be nice to hang in my garage.
  • 32480
    Leighbra
    learner
    Posted by Leighbra on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    This is actually really smart.

    By squishing the "good" spiders, we allow the "bad" spiders to take up residence in our houses.

    When my kids started freaking out about spiders, I taught them to identify the most common spiders in our area, and we live and let live for most of them. Them being able to objectively look at spiders took away the SCREAM! Run around! mentality. Even at age 3.
  • 32484
    YanBz
    admin
    Posted by YanBz on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    By squishing the "good" spiders, we allow the "bad" spiders to take up residence in our houses.


    Anyone stumbled upon an Ant identification chart? Those little creatures are taking over my house despite all the traps I am using
      32509
    • Leighbra
      learner
      Posted by Leighbra on July 21, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      see? you need more spiders.

      Actually, what you really need is an aardvark!
  • 32493
    mooncow728
    professor
    1 1
    12 6 1
    Posted by mooncow728 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    I had that problem this spring and got some Raid Ant & Roach spray and went sprayed around all my windows and doors inside and out and they went away. They were those tiny little black ones that get referred to as picnic ants. If I see a chart though I'll let you know. Hope this info at least helps.
  • 32495
    archer117
    learner
    Posted by archer117 on July 20, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    They emailed me a picture of the chart.
  • 32557
    kc1209
    beginner
    Posted by kc1209 on July 21, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    I showed this chart to my 7 year old and he loved it. We actually went spider hunting yesterday which some how turned into frog hunting. This is very useful. Mr Green
  • 34027
    nyblueyez
    learner
    1
    Posted by nyblueyez on August 1, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    We have received your Application for
    Full color Spider Identification Chart
    Spider Bite FIRST AID information
    has been emailed to you
  • 176079
    HouTex
    admin
    Posted by HouTex on May 25, 2013 [reply] 0 0
    Still available, thanks to CouponNut for the reminder!
  • 176082
    clover
    professor
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    12 11 2
    Posted by clover on May 25, 2013 [reply] 0 0
    Interesting their website was updated today!
    http://termite.com/

    Published by : The Fumapest Group © copyright 1995 to 2013 updated 25 May 113
    Email - webmaster@termite.com
  • 176083
    clover
    professor
    1 6 7
    12 11 2
    Posted by clover on May 25, 2013 [reply] 0 0
    Free picture for you to print out since it is a low value deal:
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    • CouponNut
      deity
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      12 10 2
      Posted by CouponNut on May 25, 2013 [reply] 0 0
      I actually received the chart in the mail, that is why I posted it and now see it as dupe! Smile

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