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These spiders are notorious for catching birds and snakes in their webs, and can have a twenty centimetre leg span. Would you be able to identify a golden orb weaving spider?
These large spiders may be found wandering the yard, or unearthed in the garden, but spend most of their lives deep in a burrow. Would you be able to recognise a brown trapdoor spider?
These caterpillar-like pests gather in groups and threaten predators with poisonous spit, giving them their common name – spitfires? But would you be able to recognise the wasp-like adults, the sawflies?
How does flooding impact the effectiveness of AlwaysActive termite baits? Joanne George, Professional Pest Business Manager for Corteva Agriscience, shares the answer.
These pests can form colonies of thousands and attack a wide range of plants – they can cover a lawn in fine silk netting and can swarm in numbers severe enough to kill a tree. Would you be able to ID a spider mite?
These insects feed on dozens of garden vegetables, ornamentals, native plants and weeds. They look like moths, jump like fleas, and their nymphs have long waxy filaments coming out of their abdomens. Would you be able to identify a passionvine hopper?
A notorious pest from a family of notorious pests, these caterpillars will feast on almost anything, and thrive on vegetables and poisonous weeds. Could you identify a cluster caterpillar?