Found on a playground in lake havasu city, az. Post it was on was approximately 2 1/2 inches wide.
Mohave County Arizona Posted 4 days ago
What kind of bug is this?
Arizona Posted 2 months ago
Keep finding these guys and just want to know the danger level
Mohave County Arizona Posted 4 months ago
I was wondering if Black Widow spiders lace their webs with venom, whether it be intentional or just residual when fabricating a web. I was working on an old Cessna reciprocating engine that was covered with webs and, after touching the web with my bare hands, my skin started to degrade and expose wounds. After further inspection, I found a Black Widow nestled next to the cylinder cooling fins and it looked like an adult. I didn't perform any hard labor previous to finding the spider that would cause these wounds on my hands. I am not asking out of paranoia. The wounds are minuscule. I am simply asking out of curiosity and appreciate any help in advance.
Pima County Arizona Posted 4 months ago
Found this spider in my back yard it made a huge Web from a truck to a cable wire just wanted to see what kind do it is.
Arizona Posted about 1 year ago
Just bought a home next to wooded ravine. What is best way to eradicate? Is there a pedt control service. Grub treatment? Thank you. 6087809559.mary Westlund
Arizona Posted about 1 year ago
I have questions regarding two different types of trees. It appears that I can only download three photos so I'll send you two different emails. About 3 years ago I planted about 15 Thuja Green Giants. A couple died right away but rest have made it to 3 years and are very healthy with the exception of one. I've looked on line and asked the local nursery regarding the issue to no avail. the tree is considerably smaller than the rest and is extremely thinned out. The bark has a lighter color than the others also. I can't seem to find the "Bag Worm" that I see on line. I've attached a couple of photos. Please help. Raphael Zamora firstname.lastname@example.org
Kootenai County Idaho tree health Posted about 2 years ago
Hi. I live in San Diego, 10 miles inland. A couple of months ago, maybe three, I had my sprinkler system repaired. Not only did the company do a poor job of that, but the guy cut off 2 root sections about 8" long and 2" in diameter of my 30 year old Podocarpus--without my permission. Until that was done my Podocarpus was thriving. Now I am noticing the growth becoming sparser, especially in one section, with part of it bare. I have been watering my tree like crazy. What more can I do to save it? It is still mostly green w/a couple of new blue berries on it. NI may send a follow-up email w/a photo this weekend. I would be so appreciative if you can help me. I'm heartbroken about this. Thank you. Sincerely, Robin Brady
They ate most of the leaves off the black cherry trees 90%, some trees over 12" in diameter, will they live?
My weeping willow is showing significant distress. One third to one half of the high branches are bare and brown, although not dead. Many leaves are brown mottled, completely brown and dry, or have died and fallen off. We did have a big aphid infestation last summer. No evidence now of either aphids or psyllids. I'm worried about some sort of blight. Shall I prune off the damaged branches? Wait to see what developes? I deep watered yesterday, down 2-3 feet. The wind is really blowing here, hard and dry -- normal for May/June here. I am in Coconino County in northern Arizona (6,500 feet, south of Flagstaff), and although I am an Arizona master gardener volunteer in Phoenix, I have limited experience with plants in northern Arizona nor with willows. Hope you will respond soon. Thank you so much.