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‘Very small chance’ spiders have spread to Pa Enua

Wednesday 18 June 2014 | Published in Environment

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‘Very small chance’ spiders have spread to Pa Enua
Advisory notices about the black widow spider have been placed in public places by the Ministry of Agriculture. 14061601

Mayors in the outer islands have been told there is a “very small” chance the black widow spider may have hitched a ride to their islands from Rarotonga.

Mayors in the outer islands have been told there is a “very small” chance the black widow spider may have hitched a ride to their islands from Rarotonga.


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