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About Hawaii Spiders: In Hawaii and throughout the Islands, the Black Widow, Brown Recluse, Pale Leaf Spider, Brown Widow, Cane Spider, and the Hawaiian Happy-Face Spiders are the most common spiders you can see. Whether indoors or outdoors, most spiders prefer undisturbed places. It is important to remove debris near buildings & clean outdoor areas, especially porches, under eaves and other likely breeding places. Clutter in garages, basements, closets, and storage areas should be removed.

The
Black Widow Spider has a reputation for being dangerous to humans which is undeserved. It is true that when sufficiently provoked, the female will bite and that the bite, in a few known cases, has been fatal.  In making their irregular-shaped web, their favorite habitat in Hawaii is on Australian saltbush. It occasionally can be found in or around dwellings.

The
Brown Recluse Spider is a recent introduction to Hawaii. It can inflict a very painful bite and is considered more dangerous than the black widow spider.

The
Pale Leaf Spider is also a relatively recent introduction to Hawaii. Its bite is not known to be fatal but can be very painful. It hides in folded leaves in shrubbery. Meeting up with one can be a startling and painful experience. It is common in Hawaii and bites are reported often. The spider itself is pale in color and only about 3/8 of an inch long.

The
Brown Widow Spider can cause a very painful bite. It is not known whether or not it is as dangerous as the black widow, but probably the two are quite similar. No one in Hawaii has been known to die as a result of bites from either the brown widow or the black widow.

The Cane Spider can be found on all the Hawaiian Islands and, as the name implies, the spider frequented the cane fields. Indeed, 4-wheeling through any abandoned cane field can result in a number of uninvited cane spiders attached to your vehicle. Cane Spiders will often find their way into houses.

The last spider we would like to mention is the
Hawaiian Happy-Face Spider. The Hawaiian Happy-Face Spiders is only found on four of the islands: Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii. This spider has developed bizarre markings giving the appearance of a smiling face.

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

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

 

   

Black Widow Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

      Pale Leaf Spider

 

 

  

 Brown Widow Spider

Cane Spider

  Hawaiian Happy Face Spider

 

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