Spider Control is need because some household species can cause serious bites. Considerably more dangerous species common in the United States. Spiders such as the Brown Recluse Spider, Black Widow and the Yellow Sac Spider.Their bites are not only painful, the side effects might additionally be tingling, redness, necrotic lesions, vomiting, sweating and fits. Additionally; harmless spiders can be a panic attack trigger for arachnophobic persons. Spider control is necessary.
Some of the more feared spiders are the black widow spider, brown recluse spider, tarantula, and wolf spider. Some of the more invasive spiders to a home or business are the common house spider, the jumping spider and daddy longlegs.
Black Widow Spider
The Black Widow spider is one of the best known of the spider species. Its bite can be extremely dangerous. The female black widow spider has large venom glands and a painful bite. Bites will rarely kill a person if medical treatment is received. There is a misconception that all black widow spiders have a red hourglass marking on their abdomen. Some have red spots or no markings at all. The male black widow is about half the size of the female spider. The markings on the male spider are often yellow instead of red.
A black widow’s web is often irregular in shape and they will often hang upside down in the center of the web. This is where they will wait on their victim. If you think you may have a black widow spider in your home or business, do not approach them. Call a pest control professional to help you with this pest problem
Brown Recluse Spider
The Brown Recluse Spider is another venomous spider. They are usually light brown to medium brown in color. The can often be identified by a violin shaped marking on their body. The brown recluse spider is also known as the fiddleback spider or the violin spider. The brown recluse spider will build its web in dry places like closets, garages, cellars and attics. A bite from a brown recluse spider can cause a serious skin reaction or on rare occasion, blood clots or kidney damage. Young children bitten can possibly cause death.
Yellow Sac Spider
The Yellow Sac Spider is often pale in color. Its abdomen will range from yellow to beige in color. The yellow sac spider will often make their sacs in the corner of a wall and ceiling. They will hide in the sac during the daytime. If you disturb the sac, the spider will drop to the floor. Their bite produces a mild toxin which can cause inflammation and can be quite painful.
Common House Spider
The Common House Spider is usually yellowish brown and it’s abdomen is dirty white with a few dark spots. This is a nuisance pest more so because of it’s webs than because of the spider itself. They will often build several webs until they find the area that will catch it’s prey. The common house spider will often build it’s nests in upper corners of the ceiling, under furniture, in closets, window frames, basements, garages, and crawl spaces. These are not poisonous spiders.
The Jumping Spider is one of the most common species of spiders. They normally move slowly, but are capable of great jumps. They have some of the best vision of all spiders. Jumping spiders have four pairs of eyes with the anterior median pair being very large. Jumping spiders do not trap prey in a web. They are active hunters of their prey.