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About Florida Spiders: There are quite a few common spider types that can be found through out the state of Florida. The most common spiders you can see are the Jumping Spider, Crab Spider, Golden Silk Spider, Spiny Orb Weaver Spider, Black & Yellow Argiope Spider, Green Lynx, Wolf Spider, Long-Jawed Orb Weaver Spider, and the Brown Recluse Spider.

The Jumping Spiders do not construct webs, but actively hunt prey during the day, pouncing on their luckless victims. These spiders are often found under stones or debris.

The Crab Spider are medium crab-like spiders. They walk sideways and backwards to escape harm. Crab Spiders do not spin webs. They are experts in camouflage as they can blend in perfectly with the flowers.

The Golden Silk Spider is found throughout Florida.  These spiders feed primarily on flying insects, which they catch in webs that may be greater than a meter in diameter. They are most commonly found in forests, along trails and at clearing edges.

The
Spiny Orb Weaver Spider The spiny orb-weaver spider is one of the most colorful and easily recognized spiders in Florida. The dorsum of the abdomen is usually white with black spots and large red spines on the margin.

The
Black & Yellow Argiope Spider The abdomen (large back section) is egg-shaped with black and yellow coloring. Argiope spiders tend to hang head down in the middle of a medium-sized web that has thickened, zigzag bands of silk in the center. Most Argiope Spiders like to live in fields and gardens. They like sunny places with little or no wind to build their webs. Each night, they eat their web and build a new one.

The
Green Lynx Spider is commonly encountered on shrubs, weeds and foliage. Lynx spiders get their name from the way that they sometimes pounce on their prey in a catlike fashion. These spiders spend their time hunting for insects in bushes and low plants. They are fast runners, but can occasionally be seen lying in wait for prey beside flowers. They build no web for prey capture, but they do release a silk dragline as they hunt among leaves.

The
Wolf Spider is commonly mistaken as the tarantula. They are very common and usually found on the ground, where they are well-camouflaged. 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
Long-Jawed Orb Weaver Spider. These spiders characteristically cling to a support with their short third pair of legs while holding their remaining, much longer, legs extended in front of and behind the body. They are often found in association with foliage bordering water.

If you don't see your Florida 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 Florida Spider Problem to leave your home with positive results.

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

 

 Jumping Spider

Crab Spider

    Golden Silk Spider

 

        

  Spiny Orb Weaver

 Black & Yellow Argiope

Green Lynx Spider

 

 

Wolf Spider

 

Long-Jawed Orb Weaver

 
 

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