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About Colorado Spiders: There are a few spider types that can be found through out the state of Colorado. The most common spiders you can see are the Funnel Weaver Spider, Jumping Spider, Ground Spider, Daddy Long Leg Spider, Widow Spider, Cobweb Spider, Wolf Spider, and the Banded Garden Spider to name a few.

The Funnel Weaver Spider are the most common spiders found in homes, particularly during late summer and early fall. They produce dense mats of silk in areas such as shrubs, thick grass, or corners of buildings. A central retreat (the base of the “funnel’) is usually used by the spider which then moves rapidly onto the web when prey enter onto it. Funnel weaver spiders are dark brown in color with black markings on the abdomen.

The Jumping Spiders are active hunters. They stalk and pounce on their prey rather than use silk to snare it. They are capable of jumping short (.5 inch) distances, possess large eyes, and the most common species are brightly colored. They prefer to live in forests, shrubs, deserts, and mountains.

The Ground Spiders are most often found under rocks or logs where they build silken retreats and emerge only to hunt. Some species wander indoors when the weather turns cold. Ground spiders are harmless to humans.

The Daddy Long Leg Spider in Colorado are usually found in dark corners of cellars, crawl spaces, and garages. They prefer warmer climates thus finding shelter in the warmth of our homes. 

Another common spider found in Colorado is the Widow Spider. They usually nest near the ground at dark, undisturbed sites. Window wells, entrances to crawl spaces, old rodent burrows, corners of garages, and abandoned rodent burrows are some of their favorite nesting sites. The presence of red or red-orange markings on the underside of the abdomen are characteristic of widow spiders. Bites from the widow spider are painful and potentially dangerous because they contain a nerve poison. Fortunately, widow spiders are non-aggressive and rarely bite.

The Cobweb Spider is very common inhabitants of dark corners around the home. They have a generally bulbous body and create messy webs with sticky threads. Cobweb spiders have 8 eyes and (like all spiders), they have 8 legs, 2 body parts, and fang-like mouthparts called chelicerae. These spiders can be found almost anywhere that they can find weeds, fences, trees, walls, or other upright structures to build their webs.

Wolf Spider can be found throughout Colorado. They also are the largest spiders found in Colorado, are often mistaken as tarantulas. They may make a silk lined retreat in soil, under rocks or in other protected sites. Most are grey or brown and some are quite large including the giant wolf spider. Wolf Spiders are common household pest in the fall when they are looking for a warm place to overwinter. They are commonly found around doors, windows, house plants, basements, garages, and in almost all terrestrial habitats.

The last spider we would like to mention is the
Banded Garden Spider. The largest and most striking of the orb weaving spiders found in Colorado is the banded garden spider. It is found in late summer and early fall among shrubbery and in gardens where they make a highly symmetrical orb web.

If you don't see your Colorado spider on this page, please let us know so that we can help you identify your spider species.

We are very confident that the
ET Pest Control with its High Impact Repelling, will demand your Colorado Spider Problem to leave your home with positive results.

We have created this page to help you identify your Colorado Spider Control Problem.


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