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2014-09-18 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Same spider someone else asked about!:

Helen:    Thanks for including the image with your question, because your spider is *not* the same as the one in the earlier query....    Your spider is one of the "spotted orbweavers" in the genus Neoscona

2014-09-18 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - bug identification:

Dear Mark - These appear to be nymphs of the white-margined burrower/burrowing bug, Sehirus cinctus (Hemiptera/Heteroptera: Cydnidae) - see http://tinyurl.com/pg92os2 for an image. They are not pests,

2014-09-18 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - What's this bug:

Hi Gene!  It's nice to talk to a fellow San Antonian!    This creature is called an Ensign Wasp.  They are named because their abdomens resemble the flags that sailors used to signal each other.    These

2014-09-18 Geology - Geology:

Muhammad,    Southwest of the Rakhi Nala we have a minor gas accumulation at Jandran-1 well (Kadri, 1995)in the Moghal Kot. I am not sure, but in southern Kirthar Range hydrocarbons (gas) are also reported

2014-09-18 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - So Many Spiders:

Julie,    The best way to control any of the spiders found in homes is sticky traps. They are inexpensive and don't use pesticides so they are very safe to use, plus they are very effective. See http://www

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