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About Pennsylvania Spiders:  Several types of spiders are common in Pennsylvania. Black Widows can be found native in Pennsylvania, while the brown recluse spiders must be introduced and cannot survive in Pennsylvania's climate unless they remain in heated structures. Many spiders indigenous to Pennsylvania will come into homes, mostly during the autumn/winter seasons. There are a few common spiders you can see throughout the state of Pennsylvania. They are the Southern Black Widow, Grass Spider, Barn Funnel Weaver Spider, Yellow Garden Spider, Banded Garden Spider, Cross Orb Weaver, Wolf Spider, and the Long bodied Cellar Spider  to name a few.

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Southern Black Widow Spider are common in Pennsylvania. Black Widows can be found under stones, in stumps or woodpiles, in vacant rodent holes, in the dark corners of barns and garages, and in outdoor privies and other undisturbed cavities. Their webs are skimpy and disorganized.

The Grass Spider is very common in Pennsylvania and can be recognized by the large, somewhat concave, mostly horizontal, sheet-like web with a funnel or tunnel located off to one side.

The Barn Funnel Weaver Spider can be found most notably in sheds and barns, around and in the crevices of doors, as well as in the cracks of rock faces and under rocks and boards. These spiders have been reported to live for as long as seven years, producing upwards of nine egg sacs.

The Yellow Garden Spider are some of the largest and showiest of the spiders commonly encountered in Pennsylvania. They are seen in gardens, tall weeds, and sunny areas with bushes and other supporting structure on which they build their large orb webs.

The Banded Garden Spider are not as commonly encountered in Pennsylvania but they do inhabit similar locations. The spider adults can be found from mid to late summer through the first freeze. Egg cocoons are deposited in early fall and consist of several hundred eggs. The immature spiders emerge the following spring.

The Cross Orb Weaver Spider is commonly encountered next to buildings with exterior lighting. Even occurring in lighted stairwells of structures in more rural settings. It is known from Pennsylvania north throughout New England, throughout Canada, and then south into Washington and Oregon.

The Wolf Spider is the most largest and commonly found spider in Pennsylvania. These spiders build retreats (holes or tunnels) in the soil, under and between boards, stones, and firewood. Also under siding and in similar protected areas. They are hunting spiders and only come out of hiding during the night to look for prey. 

The Long Bodied Cellar Spider has extremely long legs and is found in many types of buildings throughout the year. Although these spiders can develop large populations in protected locations, they are not known to be in any way harmful. This spider is commonly found in cellars, warehouses, garages, caves, and other dark, quiet, protected spots.

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

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

 

     

               
 Southern Black Widow          Grass Spider      Barn Funnel Weaver
     
                                              

 

  Banded Garden Spider      
     
        
 Yellow Garden Spider       Cross Orb Weaver           Wolf Spider
     
       
        Long Bodied Cellar  
     
 

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