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Slideshow: Finalist Photos from PCT’s Annual Contest

The 10 photos that scored high enough to become finalists in this year’s PCT Best Pest Photo Contest.

| December 21, 2011

PCT recently announced Marc Terry, salesman at Peachtree Pest Control, Norcross, Ga., as the winner of PCT’s 10th annual Best Pest Photo Contest. Terry won this year’s contest with a flower crab spider photo. (Click here to read more about this photo)

Additionally, the following slideshow includes the 10 photos that scored high enough to become finalists in this year’s contest.

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