How to spot an active pest killer

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Wednesday that it has begun releasing a detailed, interactive map of the global spread of an active invasive pest called black widow spiders, which the agency says have spread to more than 70 countries.

The map, called the PestGenome, allows consumers to find out the full extent of the spider’s spread in the world, and to compare it to similar countries.

The map also includes a wealth of data on the spiders and their interactions, which shows the extent to which spiders have been integrated into communities, and how they’re used.

Black widow spiders have a distinctive white and red color pattern, but the two colors are not mutually exclusive, and the spider can vary in size.

The Pest Genome, created by the USDA and the University of California, Berkeley, shows how the black widow spider is spread across the world.

The maps are based on a range of data from spiders in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

It includes information on spider species, their distribution, and their geographic range.

In the United Kingdom, a black widow, or brown widow, spider is considered a “common house spider,” while the Asian-Pacific region includes Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Australia.

The spider is one of the most common spiders to emerge from the forest in the Northern Hemisphere, and it has been reported in more than 300 countries worldwide.

In addition to its deadly bite, the spider has a range-extending web, which can be used for a variety of activities, including as a deterrent against predators.

The spider can also be a pest for domestic pets, as it can be a nuisance to other insects and can spread the black widows’ eggs and larvae, according to the PestsGuide website.

The European Union and United States have taken similar measures to combat the blackwidows, with the EU banning their sale in grocery stores and in some supermarkets, and United Kingdom and Ireland introducing strict measures to limit their use.

In some countries, such as Japan, the black-widow spider has been removed from the list of invasive species and is now considered a pest, while in others, such a control is possible.

In April, the USDA issued a warning about the blackworms, which were once common in the northern and central parts of the United Sates, but are now considered less of a threat, according the USDA website.

In January, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared blackwidow spiders a threat to human health and biodiversity, saying that the spider “is an important vector of the pathogen brucellosis and has caused major mortality for humans and animals.”

The blackwidowers’ distribution is believed to be linked to the human population in Europe, but it is unclear whether or not the disease is spreading into other parts of Europe.

In addition to the map, the Pesticide Information Center has compiled a handy interactive map.