I had a conversation with one of our customers, an older gentleman, who called about a spider that had spun a web between two bushes in his yard. He said didnâ€™t see the spider at first so he flicked a cigarette butt onto the web, and the spider quickly leaped out and attacked it. Â He was shocked at the bright color, letting me know it had yellow and black stripes. Â He also said it only looked like it had four legs, but it was definitely a spider. Â He wanted to know what I knew about this particular spider, and what we could do about it. Â I told him I really didnâ€™t know much that species particularly, and told him he could try to research it online. Â He joked that he was too old to attempt that, so I offered to look it up for him. Â I discovered that the spider in his yard was a St. Andrews Cross Spider. Â I let him know that itâ€™s not poisonous, and not normally aggressive. Â He was very grateful that I took the time to look up the species of his strange â€œfour-leggedâ€ spider, and he was excited to tell people about it. Â He wanted to know what we can do about spiders, so I offered to schedule a spider treatment around his home. Â At first he declined, but a day later he called to schedule the treatment.