Well, if its a GA brown his butt is getting squished. I have seen what those things can do and its not pretty.
Hit it with enough and it could die. I'd advise you not to use it on the spider. Spiders are beneficial and generally all around nice guys. He may even help eat other creepy crawlies in the future. Or he may just end up VFT foot.Originally Posted by [b
wats a GA brown?
What does aphid damage look like?
wow spider infested
im not sure what damage aphids do but i know they kill up my flytrap
The ref. is to a Georgian brown recluse. Brown recluse give a particularly nasty bite. While the poison doesn't penetrate very deep, it travels fairly extensively shallowly and causes necrosis (death) of the cells it comes in to contact with. So what you can end up with is a big, but not deep, spot where the flesh is all dead. Not fun.Originally Posted by [b
On Sarracenia:Originally Posted by [b
On other plants you'll see similar tiwsting and deformation.
Question for the sake of clarity: So you've seen aphids on your plant, right? We're not making assumptions?Originally Posted by [b
yes ive seen them
im not lying