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Old 2018-09-21, 02:58 PM
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Hi all, I've lived in my new home for about 9 years now. In the entire 9 years I've never seen a live spider in my unfinished basement. All spiders were dead and only around the perimeter and all fairly small. I would also see some spider eggs stuck to the bottom of the vapor barrier. Now that my basement is finished, I've seen a few live ones and the other day I seen a huge one with its leg span a little over an inch. so why are the spiders now alive and much bigger? we haven't been using the basement yet as we don't have any furniture.
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