Michigan Spiders: There are colorful spiders
and dangerous spiders found in Michigan. Here
are a few common spiders you can find in
Michigan. They are the Crab Spider, Yellow
Garden Spider, Grass Spider, Orb Weaver Spider,
Jumping Spider, Daddy Long Leg
Spider, and the common House
Spider to name a few.
The Crab Spiders
are medium crab-like
spiders. They walk sideways and backwards to
escape harm. Crab Spiders do not spin webs. They
are experts in camouflage. They are either
yellow or white depending on white color flower
they are on. They can also be found on stems and
sometimes inside homes.
is one of the
most colorful, with a yellow body and black,
brown and white markings. This spider stays in
gardens, where it can spin its web and catch
many small insects, such as flies and gnats.
are mostly found outdoors. In Michigan, there
are a number of types of grass spider that make
their home in Michigan grasses. They can be seen
during the summer months and create funnel-type
webs. Grass spiders also roam to wooden fences
and open fields. They are brownish-yellow.
The Orb Weaver
build large, round webs near fields, forests and
gardens. They tend to stay low to the ground to
capture their prey. The orb weaver spider is
brightly colored and has eight same-sized eyes.
The Jumping Spider
can be found in in forest
areas and mountains in Michigan. The jumping
spider gets its name for its hunting method of
jumping onto its prey. Sometimes it will jump
toward what it wants to investigate. These
spiders don't tend to run away from humans,
since they are curious spiders. They are not
aggressive, however. The jumping spider is hairy
and has two sets of eyes (one large and one
small). They are gray and black, with various
colors of markings from yellow to red.
Daddy Long Leg Spiders
are one of the most abundant types of indoor
spiders in Michigan, outdoors the daddy
long legs is king. They are known to live in
tree trunks and other organic materials, but can
commonly be observed scurrying across lawns and
through gardens. In addition to being long, the
legs of the daddy long legs are incredibly thin
constructs webs in corners and areas of little
traffic such as basements. They like to hunt
prey along window sills, walls or floors.
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