Spider
There are many varieties of spiders, some harmless web builders that are beneficial insect eaters and others problematic due to their painful bites and dangerous venom. If you have a spider infestation problem, call Wildlife Management Services. We have environmentally safe pest management techniques to get rid of spiders.

Black Widow Spiders

Black widow spiders are most recognized for the red hourglass shape under their abdomen. Contrary to legend, female black widow spiders rarely devour the male black widow spider after mating.

Brown Recluse Spiders

Brown recluse spiders have a characteristic dark brown violin marking on their back.

Hunter Spiders

Some spiders do not build webs and are known as “hunters” that actually hunt, ambush or run down their prey. These spiders usually live outside in gardens, around the structure and foundations.  

Web-Building Spiders

Some spiders, like orb weavers, make very distinctive large round/circular webs. Others make rather unorganized webs, or funnel-shaped webs. These spiders build these webs to capture their food source (mainly flying insects).

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