Battle of the Bugs
|By: RobDaHood, 5:53 PM GMT on March 06, 2012||+3|
Well, there have been some interesting developments of late concerning my friend RTLSNK. (funny how many interesting developments he finds himself in the midst of). Once again he finds himself dealing with a creepy-crawly infestation. This time it's not rhino beetle giganticus, but perhaps something a bit more sinister. I'll just post the report I recently read from him:
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Fear not boys and girls, for we are about to talk about an invasion.
Macon has been invaded by the nafarious KUDZU BUG.
It was discovered in Athens, Georgia in 2009, and has now spread throughout Georgia, Alabama, and the "Carolinas".(yuk yuk yuk) Both of them!!!
It does eat the dreaded Kudzu Plant, however, it also eats everything else in the world. It likes to spend the winter in the walls of your home to stay warm. It is about the size of a Ladybug but a little smaller. It also flys extreemly high for a little bug so strong winds will blow them everywhere.
If you find one inside your home DO NOT STEP ON IT. It is known as a STINKBUG and has a horrible smell. Use the vacuum hose to pick them up instead.
Here is a photo of the little critter:
Further reports on this ongoing operation will be released in the comments section below as they become available.
Here is a link to the previous blog.
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