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A close-up picture of a Black Widow spider on its web, showing its red hourglass marking as a warning.

Black Widows – What You Need To Know

on March 26, 2019 in Spiders

Just about any spider can inspire fear and disgust in the average person, which is unfortunate. Many spiders are harmless to humans and beneficial to the environment. Black widows on the other hand are an exception. Though they are beneficial to the environment in the wild, they are definitely not harmless to humans. Read on […]

A close-up image of a Camel Spider also known as a Solifuge.

Camel Spiders: Fact vs. Fiction

on September 14, 2017 in Spiders

You may have seen a recent local news article covering an unfortunate run-in one Arizonan had with a Camel Spider in the Valley. We wanted to take the opportunity to provide further information about Camel Spiders, for those of you who may be on guard against having a similar experience with one! “What are Camel […]

An image of cumulus storm clouds forming over Superstition Mountain. Monsoons bring nourishment for summer pests in the Phoenix area.

Surviving Summer Pests in Phoenix

on July 5, 2017 in Gila Monsters, Rodents, Scorpions, Snakes, Spiders

We’ve been in triple-digits for several weeks now around the Valley, but summer only officially just began last week! The monsoon season has also joined us, though it may be weeks before we benefit from any of its storms. Both the intense summer heat and the increased moisture from the monsoon have huge effects on […]

An image of a weather vane against a blue sky, a subtle hint that some types of weather brings more pests.

Changes in Weather Bring More Pests to the Valley

on February 14, 2017 in Ants, Crickets, General Pests, Lawn, Spiders, weeds

We’ve written a lot about recent weather and its impact on the pest population in the East Valley. Unfortunately that doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon. For example, forecasts are calling for a combination of unseasonably warmer weather and more rain in the next week. And as you’ve probably noticed, a big change in […]