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About Illinois Spiders: There are a three common spider types that can be found through out the state of Illinois. The most common spiders you can see are the Crab Spider, Spiny Orb Weaver Spider, Garden Spider, Jumping/Zebra Spider, Cellar Spider, Wolf Spider, and the Black Widow to name a few.

The Crab Spiders are named for their crab-like movement and the arrangement of their legs, the first two pairs being much longer than the others. Crab spiders that find their way indoors usually get there by hitchhiking on flowers and plants brought in from outside.

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

Garden Spiders are strikingly colored black with yellow or orange markings, their bodies can be an inch long. Their webs may span two feet or more in diameter.

Jumping/Zebra Spiders seem to have good vision and sometimes turn to face those that disturb them. Able to see prey several inches away, they hunt by day, pouncing on insects, spiders, etc., and hide at night in silken retreats in cracks and crevices.

The Cellar Spiders are sometimes called “daddy-longlegs” because of their long, delicate legs. Their tiny bodies are not more than ¼-inch long. Cellar spiders are most often seen hanging upside down in sheet-like or irregularly-shaped webs in corners near the ceiling or floor. The webs can quickly accumulate and become unsightly nuisances in cellars, basements or commercial buildings such as warehouses.

Wolf Spiders are active hunters that search for prey day or night. Some burrow and others rest in silken retreats beneath rocks, logs and vegetation. Females attach their egg sacs to their spinnerets and carry the egg sacs and spider lings around after they hatch.

The Black Widow Spiders are a glossy jet-black, with a bright-red hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomen. These spiders typically have a row of red dots running down the top of its abdomen, with white stripes running diagonally down the sides of the abdomen.

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

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    Crab Spider

     Spiny Orb Weaver

         Garden Spider


Zebra Spider

  Cellar Spider

Wolf Spider


Black Widow Spider


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