There are many different types of spiders roaming gardens, garages, sheds, homes, barns, and agricultural areas throughout the United States. Spiders are considered to be beneficial creatures as they trap (via their web) or hunt down unwanted garden and flying pests report Monmouth County, NJ pest control professionals.
The problem is that most people are afraid of these scary eight legged creatures. The fears may come from the fact that they move quickly and erratically in any direction they choose. They have no problem scaling any type of surface as they hunt or try to escape being hunted. They can hide in any location that they please and their surprise appearance usually brings about a screech from anyone who encounters it. They come in many different sizes and colors and it can be difficult to know if a particular spider is a “good spider” or a “dangerous spider”. To many folks, all spiders are bad spiders that must be eradicated!
There are three spiders in New Jersey that are problematic for residents…the Brown Recluse Spider, the Northern Black Widow Spider, and the Wolf Spider. Education is crucial with any venomous creature. Today we will focus on the “Brown Recluse Spider.”
The Brown Recluse Spider is not native to New Jersey and some experts do not believe that the spider is widespread throughout the state. It has however inadvertently been transported into the state and has been known to take up residence in various hard to find locations. They can often be found in boxes that were transported from other areas where they normally inhabit.
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