Agreed,,, Daddy long legs eat other spiders ! So yes harmless to humans. ONLY poisonous spiders in USA are the Black Widow and the Fiddler or Brown Recluse spider… others are harmless even the large tarantulas of the SW ! I have a black jumping sp
Originally Posted By: AusMacDaddy long legs are hatrmless to humans. Quote: Danger to humans and first aid There is a persistent belief that the Daddy-long-legs Spider has the most toxic venom of all spiders. However, there is no scientific evidenc
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4 The mite you see crawling on the bees is a Varroa mite... the mite can be responsible for hive collapse. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varroa_destructor Don't we wish it was THAT simple? Varroa mites have long been k
Originally Posted By: AusMacDaddy long legs are harmless to humans. Quote: Danger to humans and first aid There is a persistent belief that the Daddy-long-legs Spider has the most toxic venom of all spiders. However, there is no scientific evidence
My Daddy Longlegs story: We'd been camping in New York State and it came time to "pull up stakes" and strike camp, I began the process by undoing the rain tarp covering the vent... but as I did so, I found about a dozen daddy longlegs s
Daddy long legs are hatrmless to humans. Quote: Danger to humans and first aid There is a persistent belief that the Daddy-long-legs Spider has the most toxic venom of all spiders. However, there is no scientific evidence to back this up. The myth
This comment is right on point. "Check out the cell phones and smokes while they wait for the cops to process them. No rides in the paddy wagon for them. Just sit on the curb and wait until nice Mr. Policeman has a moment to process you."
What is that milky substance the larva appears to be eating & how did it get there? Didn't see any full grown bees putting it there during the time lasp. When I was a teenager, I wanted to be an entomologist. Until the day while playing in the
Yes, I understand what " colors" indicate. Similar to the "color" guard of a unit. Still, I contend anyone should be able to wear what he chooses. Any action against him would be assault. As far a what they claim as territory,
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