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About Montana Spiders: Montana has three common types of spiders that are venomous but only one is considered aggressive. Montana spiders are docile and pose very little risk to humans. Here are a the names of the common spiders found in Montana. They are the Northern Black Widow, Western Black Widow, Wolf Spider, Orb-Weaver Spiders and the Aggressive House Spider or Hobo Spider to name a few.  

The Northern Black Widow is venomous but is a non-aggressive spider and will rarely bite a human unless threatened. Outdoors, they are found in old stumps, hollow logs, under fallen fence posts, in abandoned animal burrows or piles of brush, and in the corners of sheds and crawlspaces.

The Western Black Widow is
recognizable by the hourglass-shaped marking underneath the abdomen, but the hourglass is more visible and complete than the marking on the Northern Black Widow.

The Wolf Spiders can be found throughout Montana. They are among the largest spiders found in Montana and can be aggressive. Wolf spiders do not spin webs. In autumn, if they cannot find food, they will often move into houses. The female carries the eggs in her spinnerets until they hatch, and after they emerge she carries the baby spiders on her back.

The
Orb-Weaver Spiders are common in the late summer and fall. Orb-weavers are large at 1/2 to 1 inch long. Their markings are generally black, white, orange and/or yellow. Their webs are quite large yet take less than an hour to build. The orb-weavers construct a central hub and then weave spokes radiating out from that point.

The
Aggressive House Spider or Hobo Spider is the most common spider found in buildings. As its name implies, the aggressive house spider will bite with no apparent reason and will attack when it feels threatened.
Spiders like to hide their webs in small, dark spaces, so house spiders may be found in shoes or clothes that are left lying on the floor. Other places to be cautious of are piles of firewood or boxes of things that have been sitting untouched.

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

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

 

                   

   

    

 Northern Black Widow

     Western Black Widow

          Wolf Spider

 
                
   Orb-Weaver Spider

 

    Aggressive House Spider

 

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