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About New Hampshire Spiders: There are 350 species of spiders in the State of New Hampshire.  There are a few common spiders you can see throughout the state. They are the Black Widow, Brown Recluse Spider, Black and Yellow Garden Spider, Carolina Wolf Spider, Funnel-Web Grass Spider, Jumping Spider, Crab Spider, American House Spider, and the Parson Spider.

Black Widow is a very common spider in New Hampshire. The Black Widow 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.

Brown Recluse Spider Indoors, these spiders are often found in boxes, among papers, in folds of clothing, and in bedrooms, bathrooms, cellars, and attics. They tend to prefer dry locations that remain undisturbed, such as closets, attics, and garages. Outdoors, the spiders are found under rocks, logs, or loose bark in relatively dry areas, such as under rock ledges. Recluse spiders are not aggressive and bite only when forced into intimate contact with human skin. Bites often occur when spiders are trapped in clothing or bedding.

The Black & Yellow Garden Spider are not considered dangerous. They may bite when harassed, but apparently the venom does not cause problems for humans. This garden spider can be found in a variety of habitats, but prefers sunny areas among flowers and plants.

Carolina Wolf Spiders Gray-brown in color, it sometimes has a central abdominal stripe. These spiders do not spin webs but hunt at night in leaves, rocks, and grass. They are found in meadows and woods and tend to be well-camouflaged.

Funnel-Web Grass Spider Early in the morning when dew is still on the lawn is the best time to see the large fine webs that these spiders construct over grass with a distinctive horizontal funnel in one corner.

Jumping Spider are also very common throughout New Hampshire. This 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.

Crab Spider are medium crab-like spiders. They walk sideways and backwards to escape harm. Crab Spiders do not spin webs. They are experts in camouflage as they can blend in perfectly with the flowers.

American House Spider is the spider that builds irregular webs in the corners of ceilings and windows. You can find this spider within your home or business.

Parson Spider is sometimes carried indoors on firewood. Its bite may cause a small red inflammation on the skin that may itch much like a mosquito bite but, as mentioned above, reactions to spider bites vary.

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

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





Black Widow Spider

     Brown Recluse Spider

    Yellow Black Garden Spider





Carolina Wolf Spider     Funnel Web Spider           Jumping Spider
        Crab Spider American House Spider

Parson Spider


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