Are there certain spiders more common in the summer? Summer seasons present a myriad of issues to homeowners. Many insects come from hibernation, and you’re likely to see them at home. Spiders are prevalent. They are dangerous insects that can cause severe injuries and health problems. So, what house spiders are common in the summer?
Long-Bodied Cellar Spider
This spider is very common in the United States. Unfortunately, it’s often mistaken for a daddy-long-legs spider. They are both docile to humans but can be a nuisance. The long-bodied cellar spider is light brown or gray and has a long, skinny body. They’re usually found in cellars, basements, and other dark, damp places.
The wolf spider is a giant, hairy spider, usually brown or gray. They are common in the United States and can be found in fields, woods, and gardens. Wolf spiders are harmless and will only bite if they feel threatened. However, they can cause a painful, burning sensation.
Brown Recluse Spider
The brown recluse spider is a dangerous spider found in the southern and central United States. They are usually brown or gray and have a violin-shaped mark on their back. Brown recluses are not aggressive but will bite if they feel threatened. Their bites can cause serious health problems, including necrosis (tissue death).
The hobo spider is a giant, brown spider found in the Pacific Northwest. They are commonly found in homes and can be aggressive. Hobo spider bites can cause ulcers and necrosis. Also called the aggressive house spider, the hobo spider is considered dangerous to humans.
Black Widow Spider
The black widow spider is a dangerous spider found in the United States. They are usually black with a red hourglass-shaped mark on their belly. Black widows are usually docile but will bite if they feel threatened. Their bites can cause serious health problems, including muscle aches, nausea, and difficulty breathing.
The jumping spider is a tiny, black spider found in the United States. They are commonly found in homes and can be aggressive. Jumping spider bites can cause pain, swelling, and redness. This spider gets its name from its ability to jump long distances.
The garden spider is a giant, black and yellow spider found in the United States. They are commonly found in gardens and can be aggressive. Garden spider bites can cause pain, swelling, and redness. This spider is commonly known as the black and yellow garden spider, the common garden spider, or the writing spider.
The house spider is a small, brown spider found in the United States. They are commonly found in homes and can be aggressive. House spider bites can cause pain, swelling, and redness. This spider is also known as the common house spider or the domestic house spider.
Many different types of spiders can be found in the summer. Some of these spiders are more common than others. While most of these spiders are not aggressive, some can be dangerous to humans. Crist Termite and Pest Solutions, Inc. can help you get rid of these spiders and keep your home spider-free all summer long.
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