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Hobo Spiders … What you Should Know

Identification: The hobo spider is a member of the funnel-web spider family Agelenidae. Funnel-web spiders are long-legged, swift-running spiders that build funnel or tube-shaped retreats. The hobo spider runs at an average speed of about .45 meters (17 inches) per second, with a maximum speed of about 1.1 meters (40 inches) per second. The hobo […]

Jun 01, 2011 | Category: Hobo Spiders, Portfolio, Spider Control
Wolf Spiders … What you Should Know

Identification: Wolf spiders range from about 1/2 inch to 2 inches in length, hairy, and are typically brown to gray in color with various markings or lines. Wolf spider mothers carry their large egg sacs around with them. When the young spiderlings hatch they climb onto their mother’s back and ride around until partially grown. […]

Jun 01, 2011 | Category: Portfolio, Spider Control, Wolf Spiders
Brown Recluse Spiders … What you Should Know

Description: In the mature brown recluse spider, as well as, some other species of recluse spiders, the dark violin marking is well defined, with the neck of the violin pointing toward the bulbous abdomen. The abdomen is uniformly colored, although the coloration can range from light tan to dark brown, and is covered with numerous […]

Jun 01, 2011 | Category: Brown Recluse Spiders, Portfolio, Spider Control