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Can anyone help identify these bugs?

can anyone help identify these bugs

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#41 SURFER21

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Posted May 03 2016 - 08:58 PM

As mentioned previously, kill it with fire!!!

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#42 ISLIPFD

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Posted May 03 2016 - 09:40 PM

About the same money and a lot more active ingredient. Will the sell to N.Y. ? http://http://www.am.../B001EVKCKM
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#43 Joe from NY

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Posted May 31 2016 - 02:10 AM

Followup - The bugs disappeared after i used the stuff recommended by Vincent. And i used it to squirt a yellowjack that got into the kitchen. it must be a nerve agent, one mist and he just spazzed out for a second and completely froze dead. that stuff is great.
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#44 NRATC53

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Posted May 31 2016 - 05:33 AM

Followup - The bugs disappeared after i used the stuff recommended by Vincent. And i used it to squirt a yellowjack that got into the kitchen. it must be a nerve agent, one mist and he just spazzed out for a second and completely froze dead. that stuff is great.

It is a nerve agent, and is 100% fatal to cats. Apply and let dry. Glad it worked for you





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