Black widow spiders get their name due to the fact that the females eat the males soon after they mate. Venomous, they can be identified by their black shiny bodies, which include a bright red, hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomen. They range from 1½ to 1¾ inches in length and can be found throughout the entire United States.
Hobo spiders are also known as aggressive house spiders. As one of the three most venomous spiders found in the United States, the Hobo is brown with a yellow chevron-shaped marking on its abdomen. Easily distinguishable, they range from ½ to 2 inches long. They are most commonly found in the Midwestern and southern states.
House spiders are typically brown or gray in color. They are small to medium in size and range from ⅛ to ⅜ inches long. Males and females vary in their appearance due to their round or elongated abdomens and are found throughout the entire United States. Unlike their poisonous counterparts, house spiders are more of a common nuisance than a dangerous one.
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Spiders can be difficult or dangerous to prevent on your own. At Get Lost Pest Control, we eliminate spiders by treating inside and outside areas with an effective spider control treatment that lasts up to 3 months. We will also knock down existing spiderwebs on the outside of the home.
If spiders are invading your home, contact us at (208) 949-1003. We will not only inspect your property for common areas where they nest but provide you with effective spider control Eagle treatments.