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Choosing the right pre-purchase termite inspector can save you money! Knowing what you're walking into when you purchase a new home can leave you with some extra negotiations within the building and pest component of your contract. #SaveMoney #InvestmentProperty #PurchaseProperty
http://www.bobgunn.com.au/choose-pre-purchase-pest-inspector/

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Do you keep track of when you last had a pest spray?
Generally it should be done every 12 months.
When Bob Gunn treat your home we will create a specialised treatment to suit your home and the pests you want treated. Did you know that we have a great warranty too?
#pestcontrol #spiders #cockroaches #mosquitoes #ants #bobgunn
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Black Tarantula ( Aphonopelma )
A coworker of mine found this large beauty in the shrubbery around our office building and brought it in to show me. I took a few portraits and then we let it go in a far corner field of our office campus, which sets in the foothills above Fort Collins amid lots of open space.

From Wikipedia:

"Aphonopelma is a genus of tarantulas, members of which are native to the Americas. It includes nearly all of the North American tarantulas north of Mexico and a considerable part of the tarantulas which range into Central America. About 90 species have been described, but many, if not most, of these are inadequately studied and very little is known about them. Most are large and, like other New World tarantulas, they have urticating hairs. Most are docile in captivity. The taxonomy is poorly understood and species are difficult to tell apart, especially those that are brown or black without other pattern. In captivity they will eat crickets, in the wild they will eat most smaller insects. Most species found in the Southwestern United States have an adult leg span of 4.5 inches (11.5 cm), though some Arizona species have been known, on occasion, to just barely exceed 6 inches (16 cm)."

For +Spider Sunday / #SpiderSunday  curated by +Lerato Majikfaerie and +Kimberly Hosey...
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