SPIDERS

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Spiders In Your Area

Spiders are arachnids and as such, each one comes equipped with eight legs and fangs. While spiders are often feared, they are fantastic predators and eliminate a number of irritating insects. Still though, admiring spiders outdoors is easy, if they get into your house you will constantly have that hair rising feeling of getting bit. Here are a few of the spiders that we hear about most often.

WOLF SPIDERS: Description: Wolf spiders do not create webs; they instead rely upon their stealth and hunter instinct. Wolf spiders are agile runners with excellent eyesight. They love to ambush prey, or simply run them down. Female wolf spiders carry their baby spiders on their backs.

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HOBO SPIDERS: Description: Like many little brown spiders, hobo spiders build their webs in a funnel shape and wait for their prey to come to them. During the mating season, males leave their webs and start wandering around looking for females. Most human and hobo spider interaction occurs from these males on the move.

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BLACK WIDOW SPIDERS: Description: With their inky black body and telltale red hour glass shape on their abdomen, black widow spiders definitely appear nightmarish. Their bites contain neurotoxins and can cause a host of problems with your central nervous system. You should always seek medical attention if you have an encounter with a black widow.

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BROWN RECLUSE SPIDERS: Description: The best way to identify a brown recluse is with their eye pattern. They have one row of eyes, but each eye comes in a pair. You might need a magnifying glass, but you will see three pairs of eyes on the same arching line across their head. The good news is that the brown recluse range does not include Idaho, Oregon, or Washington. However, since brown recluse spiders love cardboard, they have been known to make trips through the mail.

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HOUSE SPIDERS: Description: With long legs and a small body, house spiders are definitely something you will not like to have inside of your home. They will bite if they feel threatened. The bite might be a bit on the painful side, but it is not medically significant, unless you experience an allergic reaction.

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GARDEN SPIDERS: Description: Garden spiders are orb weavers. They are the typical spider that creates the massive ornate web. Garden spiders do not like to live indoors. If you can keep them outside in your garden they will help you eliminate a variety of noxious bad bugs.

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JUMPING SPIDERS: Description: While they come in a variety of colors and patterns, jumping spiders have one thing in common. They do not create webs. The only time they use their webbing is when stalking prey. Jumping spiders will use their spider silk as a bungee cord, so when they make their jump they are safe from falling if the miss their target.

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YELLOW SAC SPIDERS: Description: These little tan spiders build their small web nests where your ceiling and wall meet. Unlike other spiders that will only bite in self-defense, yellow sac spiders have been shown to bite people for no reason.

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