Spiders are one pest that many people are disgusted with. They’re creepy and crawly, some bite and some are poisonous. No matter the species of spider you’re dealing with, our spider control experts are here to help.
Common Types of Spiders in Sacramento County
- House spiders
- Black widows
- Brown recluses
- Daddy Long Legs
- Wolf Spiders
Black Widows and Brown Recluses
Black widows and brown recluses are poisonous and should be approached with caution in order to confirm their identity. Black widows are easily identified by their markings. They are black with a red hourglass shape on their abdomen.
A black widow bite can cause moderate to severe side effects including:
- Paralysis of the Diaphragm
- Muscle Aches
Black widows won’t bite you unless they feel threatened and attack in self-defense. They are also rarely found in homes but rather discovered in sheds, wood piles, and other dark, sheltered places. They eat other insects including beetles, grasshoppers, files and caterpillars. Their lifespan is 1-3 years and are typically 1.5 inches long and a quarter inch in diameter.
Brown recluses are easily identified by their brown bodies with a curved violin-shaped spot on it’s body. Their name suits them well because they prefer to hide in dark places; inside or outside the home. They can range from a quarter inch to half an inch long. While they are typically brown they can also be a yellow color or even greenish yellow.
Just like a black widow, a brown recluse won’t bite on purpose. Only when it feels threatened and feels the need to protect itself will it actually bite you. Should a brown recluse bite you the typical temporary side effects that may occur include:
- Burning sensation
- Fluid-filled blister
- Muscle pain
Expert Spider Control in Antelope
In addition to treating Antelope properties for poisonous spiders we also treat for harmless ones. Even if they aren’t dangerous they can still be a nuisance. No matter the type of spider you are dealing with if you want effective spider removal you need to call our spider control experts for Pest & Rodent Control in Antelope today.
Unsure what kind of spider it is? Call (916) 520-8373 and we will help you determine the type and then create a treatment plan based upon the findings.