questionsdo you find that spiders are attracted to your…

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They're attracted to heat they give off in the winter months. Years ago the IT dept that I worked for was also in charge of the surveillance systems, it was my semi-annual duty to clean out the external camera enclosures. So, many, spiders! We had 8 office locations each with at least 4 exterior cameras. Nothing like being up on a 30 foot ladder with giant spiders crawling all over you.

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@eraten: 30 ft. up on a ladder and spiders? Yep, I'm out.

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You are a very brave person.

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I find criminals attracted to my cameras more than spiders.

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@eraten: The 30ft ladder would bother me a whole lot more than the spiders. Although I have both black widow and brown recluse in my house from time to time, so I am a bit more leery of spiders than I used to be.

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@eraten: I think the size of the spider is relative to the ease of escape.

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Well when you are watching the spider on the camera, they might as well be giant space demons. They glow white and are huge. All I saw the other night was the legs... just the legs... nothing else, just legs in the wind.

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Wasps and hornets are more noticeable here. They actually land on the camera enclosure and block the view.