The hobo spider by nature is known to be among the more aggressive house spiders. Though they are not as poisonous as brown recluse spiders or black widows, they are typically ranked with them since their aggression makes up for their lack of poison. While hobo spiders may not kill you, their bites can be very painful and result in a festering, necrosis wound that takes a long time to heal. Just the look of the spider alone can incite fear with its quick speed and giant pedipalps. The very fact that this spider will attack you if it feels threatened makes it even more of a danger to have around your home. If you have young children, you cannot risk the chance of an infestation of these angry spiders. They are very territorial and are not afraid to bite or run after the threat, even if that “threat” is an innocent toddler.
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