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About Iowa Spiders: There are a few common spiders that you can see through out the state of Iowa. They are the Brown Recluse Spider, Sac Spider, Crab Spider, Jumping Spider, Wolf Spider, Fisher Spider, and the Parson Spider to name a few.

The Brown Recluse Spiders can hurt if you are bitten by it, and the bite can cause severe damage if not treated immediately. It is yellowish brown and isn't commonly seen in the state. The brown recluse has a violin-shaped abdomen.

The Sac Spiders are most often seen in homes up high near ceilings, and it rarely goes outside. It is yellowish in color.

The Crab Spiders can also be found in homes, but they do go outside. They are bright yellow to dark red as well as brown and gray. If outside, the crab spider can be found on flowers and stems. They are known for being able to walk sideways like crabs.

The Jumping Spiders can also be found inside homes near windows, high ceilings and tall walls. They are black with white stripes and they jump onto their prey.

Wolf Spiders are hairy and brown and black. It is found in high grass and shrubs and anywhere else it can find many insects to eat. This spider is commonly mistaken as the tarantula. 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.

Fisher Spiders is also called the water spider since it can actually go into the water and prey on small fish and tadpoles. They are light gray with black stripes on legs and will always be found in damp or wet areas near streams and rivers.

Parson Spiders can be found under rocks on a silky web that they made. Their bodies are brown and the abdomen is gray with a white band down the middle of the body. They also can be found under wood or old tree bark. If seen in homes, they would be in dark crevices and wide cracks.

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

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


 Brown Recluse Spider

Sac Spider

 Crab Spider


Jumping Spider

Fisher Spider

Parson Spider


Wolf Spider


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