No doubt, the spiders are common in your home and are not taken as the extreme dangerous pests. But, there are over 3,000 species of spiders that we may never notice. So, it is quite difficult to say which spider species can be dangerous or not. Moreover, the spider may not be harmful until you reach to their web, but once they have become aggressive can effect baldy with their bites.
A spider bite can deliver swelling, itching and inflammation as well as may harmful to the nervous system. So, here is a list of commonly found spiders, if you find them in your home then immediately take action to get rid of them.
Common Spider Species
The yellow-brown colored spider with a white abdomen and too many dark stripes easy to find in your home. They make a tangled web to trap their prey. These are less dangerous than other spider species.
The dark brown with paler stripes or markings, wolf spider rest in its shelter during the day while become active in the night to hunt for food. These scary spiders with hair don’t create a web, but feed on various insects.
The spider is an excellent jumper with the keenest vision than others. Virtually, it is available in black, brown, grey & tan colors with pale marking on the back. They stay around the window & doors and look attractive due to sunshine.
The nocturnal spider stays hidden in undisturbed areas like closets, crawl spaces, basements, etc. They can bite in defense which may cause extreme pain, open ulcers and blisters. This bitten area should be given immediate medical attention.
The spider is black with a red hourglass on the abdomens become active in the temperature of 70 degrees. The female black widow spider is known as the aggressive that bites especially when lying and guarding eggs. Its bite may be dangerous and can be cured with prompt medical assistance.
On detecting any spider species in your home, you can call Hamilton Pest as we have a team of experts who provide best-in-class solution preventing dangerous pest for as long as possible.