Spider Control

The largest spider in the world is a species of tarantula found in South America where one specimen had a leg span of over 11 inches.

The bite of a female black widow spider can be poisonous but not deadly to humans. The male black widow spider does not bite. A black widow spider bite is pale in the middle with a red ring around it and is followed by severe cramping, weakness, sweating, headache, anxiety, itching, nausea, vomiting, difficult breathing and increased blood pressure.

Some facts about rodent:-

  • Black widow spiders eat other pests. Sometimes they even eat other spiders!
  • Spiders don't get caught in their own webs because they have self-oiling legs.
  • Female black widow spiders have a red hourglass shape on their backs
  • Males only live about a year, but the female can live up to 3 years.
  • Hungry female black widow spiders have been known to kill the male spider after mating,
    Size: 3/4" to 3/8"
    Shape: Round
    Color: Black with characteristic red "hourglass" on back
    Legs: 8
    Wings: No
    Antenna: No
    Common Name: Black widow spider
    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Arthropoda
    Class: Arachnida
    Order: Araneae
    Family: Theridiidae
    Species: Lactrodectrus mactans


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