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  1. Jukeshoe
    07-01-2015 06:41 PM
    Jukeshoe
    9am fri gold, sucka duck.
  2. Jukeshoe
    05-18-2015 11:25 AM
    Jukeshoe
    Actually, now that I look again, def not flea bites....I can tell because they're all located around a hair follicle...classic sign of chigger "bite." They actually don't bite, just insert a chemical into your follicle that dissolves the flesh.
  3. Jukeshoe
    05-18-2015 11:23 AM
    Jukeshoe
    Oh man, yeah, the girls'll be itchy for quite a while...try to keep them from scratching or picking at them. They'll form a red, raised bump, and be painfully crazy itchy for up to 6 weeks if they are messed with....that's what happened the first time I got 'em. This time I'm leaving them alone and they're not quite as bad....there shouldn't even BE chiggers that far north. Did the girls go down by new #18? That's the only area I can think of that we'd have picked them up (and where I haven't been a ton prior to yesterday)? Only other thing they could possibly be (but unlikely) is flea bites...
  4. Noill Golf
    05-18-2015 11:13 AM
    Noill Golf
    a bit of an ah so that's what happened and ewww that's what happened... the girls had some mystery bites and now that you say chiggers I'm pretty sure you are right...

    so...

    ahhh-ewww

    and I sent the pics to you... they look good
  5. Jukeshoe
    05-18-2015 10:46 AM
    Jukeshoe
    Is that in reference to the pictures, the chiggers, or the tick?
  6. Noill Golf
    05-18-2015 09:18 AM
    Noill Golf
    ahhhhh!!!!!
  7. Jukeshoe
    05-18-2015 09:16 AM
    Jukeshoe
    Pics?
  8. Jukeshoe
    05-18-2015 09:15 AM
    Jukeshoe
    Aaargh I picked up some damn chiggers!!!

    Also had a HUGE tick climb up my windshield on the drive home...bastard was trying to get above me so he could drop onto me.
  9. Noill Golf
    05-12-2015 10:33 PM
    Noill Golf
    Don't think I have any polyporus squamosus... don't recall ever seeing it out there
  10. Jukeshoe
    05-08-2015 07:15 PM
    Jukeshoe
    Look for polyporus squamosus, fo' realz.

    You can positively id by the lemon grass/cucumber/watermelon scent when small, tender and fresh. Unmistakable.

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