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New Mexico Spider Control

About New Mexico Spiders: New Mexico has hundreds of species of spiders within its borders. The southwestern state is home to many harmless spiders and a few that are considered dangerous, although many of their reputations have been enhanced over the years. There are a few common spiders you can see throughout the state of New Mexico. They are the Pill bug Spider, Funnel Weaver Spider, Wolf Spider, Jumping Spider, Black Widow Spider, Tarantulas, and the Brown Recluse Spider.

The
Pill Bug Spider is commonly found in New Mexico. It is a scary-looking spider that is quite harmless if left alone, as are all spiders. The pill bug spider is interested only in catching and eating the small pill bugs that it follows around. They can be found under lumber and wood where it is moist. The cellar spider is responsible for most of the cobwebs that are in the basement and around the house.

The
Funnel Weaver Spider hangs out in garages, yards, fences and other spots. These spiders construct a flat web with a funnel shaped "house" on one end. Once prey makes it way into the web, the funnel-weaver comes out and attacks. They are most active during the nighttime hours.

The Wolf Spider is one skilled hunter. They live mostly solitary lives and hunt alone. Some are opportunistic wanderer hunters, pouncing upon prey as they find it or chasing it over short distances. Others lie in wait for passing prey, often from or near the mouth of a burrow. Wolf spiders will inject venom freely if continually provoked.

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 New Mexico tend to be brown or black and no more than a couple of inches in length.

The Black Widow Spider is dangerous and will bite when they feel threatened. They tend to remain in dark areas but can find their way into homes. They typically make their webs in dark areas that also protect them from bad weather.

The Tarantula Spider are a common sight in New Mexico, it's not unusual to see them crossing the road. They are large and hairy spiders, but they do not possess a deadly bite as many people believe.

The
Brown Recluse Spider are found in New Mexico, and great care should be taken to avoid them. The Brown Recluse will normally bite only if they somehow wind up in your clothes and are pressed against your skin.

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

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

 
    
    Pill Bug Spider  Funnel Weave Spider            Wolf Spider
     
         
    Jumping Spider    Black Widow Spider               Tarantula

       

     

             

     
        Brown Recluse  
 

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