FAQ on Insects and Spiders
- You are welcome to Email
us any questions about insects and spiders. You may want to check
the following FAQs first.
- 1. Is this spider venomous ?
- Most spiders are "venomous", but very few will do harm to human.
The list of spiders known danger to human are........ actually we do not
know. Just leave the spiders alone, watch from a distance and do not disturb them
is the best solution.
- 2. How to get rid of this wasps, ants, bugs, spiders...............etc.
- We love insects. We know how to find them. We don't know how
to get rid of them. Look for several professional exterminators with reasonable
pest control prices in your area and make an appointment today!
- 3. What is this insect?
- We would like to identify the insect for you if you send us the pictures.
Please also try those field guides in our home page.
- 4. Is Brisbane a good place to stay.............. with so many insects
- Definitely Yes. You can find a lot of different insects and spiders in our
bushlands, but you will notice them only if you want to.
- 5. Can you send me the live insects, insect specimens or insect eggs
- No, we do not collect live insects nor keep any specimen.
- 6. Can I use the photos from your web site?
us if you want to use those photos. Charges will be apply if the photos
are for commercial use.
Do you want to go overseas and collect US$15.4m (Fifteen million
four hundred Thousand United States Dollars)?
Your English suck!!
I know. Sorry about this. I speak Chinese (Cantonese) at home and those
English writings were the best I could do. I believe my English is improving
and you may be looking at those pages that I wrote long time ago.
Anyway, I will find some time to fix them.
- 9. What camera equipments do you use ?
- I am using the Nikon D200 camera, Nikon 105mm VR micro Lens and Nikon SB-400 Flashlight.
Those pictures in this web site could be from either one of my old cameras.
They includes Nikon F65 with macro extension ring, Kodak DC215, Nikon 995,
Nikon 5700, Nikon 8800 or Nikon D70s + Tamron 90mm macro. For those wide
shoots,I am using the Panasonic LX3.
- A Braconid Wasp, will keep searching until the host is found.