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About Nebraska Spiders: Nebraska is located in the center of the United States. It can get very cold during the winter, and have cool summer nights. Spiders are not in abundance in the state, and for the most part, the ones found there are not aggressive. There are a few spiders that tend to be eager to bite when they feel threatened, and the bites will hurt. There are a few common spiders you can see throughout the state of Nebraska. They are the Wolf Spider, Brown Recluse, Hobo Spider, Woodlouse Hunter Spider, Garden Spider, Black Widow,  and the Parson Spider.

Wolf Spider is the largest spider in Nebraska and can be found under rocks during the day, and in tall shrubbery or dense grass at night. They are hairy, and are intimidating in size. They sometimes get mistaken for small tarantulas. Wolf spiders have two rows of eyes that make them seem even more intimidating. They are dark and light brown. Wolf spiders can be aggressive if they feel threatened.

Brown Recluse and the Hobo Spider look a lot alike. The hobo spider is often mistaken for the brown recluse. The most distinctive marking of the brown recluse is its violin shape on its upper part of its body. The hobo spider doesn't have this marking, and in fact, has its own distinct appearance.

Woodlouse Hunter Spider can be found mostly under rocks. This spider hides during the day, and hunts at night. It has red legs, and a pink or tan body. The woodlouse hunter spider eats pill bugs and sow bugs. You can find it around buildings and houses throughout the night. Sometimes, the woodlouse hunter spider will wander into a house, but it isn't aggressive.

Garden Spiders can be found in Nebraska's Gardens. The garden spider lives on its web. It is the largest web spider in the state and you can find them between tall grass or weeds, as well.

Black Widow Spider can also be found in Nebraska. They are all black. The female will have red markings on its back, and tend to be much more aggressive than the male black widow. These can be found in dark places, such as basements, garages, or attics.

Parson Spider like to live in piles of firewood. It is either black or brown, and is covered in fine hairs. These spiders travel mostly at night, and are not aggressive.

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

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





Wolf Spider

      Brown Recluse Spider

             Hobo Spider

  Woodlouse Hunter

         Garden Spider

         Black Widow

            Parson Spider  

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