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About Missouri Spiders: More than 300 different species of spiders inhabit the state of Missouri. There are quite a few common spiders you can see through out the Missouri. They are the Missouri Tarantula, Orb Weave Spider, Funnel Web Spider, Spotted Fishing Spider, Wolf Spider, Crab Spider, Jumping Spider, Black Widow, and the Brown Recluse Spider to name a few.

The Missouri Tarantula is the state's largest species and lives in the south and central glades of the state. Missouri tarantulas live in dry, rocky burrows and are nocturnal.
 
The Orb Weave Spiders  can be found throughout Missouri. Orb weavers all build elaborate webs to ensnare prey, although different species adjust their webs according to habitat. Most have yellow or orange bodies with black or silver markings, and common species include the Filmy Dome, the Yellow Garden spider, the White-backed Garden spider, the Shiny-bellied Orb Weaver, Arboreal Orb Weavers, the Orchard and the Triangular Orb Weaver.

The
Funnel Web Spiders build a sheet web several inches above the ground that funnels downward and can measure up to three feet in length.

The
Spotted Fishing Spider is the only spiders in Missouri to inhabit water. Living near ponds or creeks, they use long legs to traverse the surface of the water and are capable of submerging for several minutes in order to catch prey.

The Wolf Spider can be found throughout Missouri. They are often mistaken for the tarantula. 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
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 usually white or yellow in color.

The
Jumping Spider can be found through out parts of the state of Missouri. The Jumping Spider is not dangerous but will usually attack if it feels threatened. The spider is called the jumping spider because it will leap large distances at times. The jumping spiders that reside in Nevada tend to be brown or black and no more than a couple of inches in length.

The
Black Widow Spider have a venomous bite that can be very painful or life threatening. They have are black with a red to orange mark on their abdomen, usually in the shape of an hourglass.  Their webs are usually found in dark, undisturbed places.

The
Brown Recluse Spider averages 9mm in length with long legs and a yellow-brown coloration. Males and females are poisonous, and are often found hiding in dark, rarely disturbed places both outdoors and indoors.

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

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

 

                   

 

     

 Missouri Tarantula

       Orb Weave Spider

       Funnel Web Spider

 
        
 Spotted-Fishing Spider

       Wolf Spider

             Crab Spider

 
   
       Jumping Spider          Black Widow Brown Recluse Spider
 

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