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About Texas Spiders:  Texas is home to nearly 900 different species of spiders, yet only two groups of spiders, widow spiders and recluse spiders, are poisonous to humans. There are a number of spiders that are mistakenly understood to be poisonous; among these are tarantulas, jumping spiders and wolf spiders. There are a few common spiders found in Texas. They are the Brown Recluse Spider, Widow Spiders, Tarantula, Jumping Spiders and the Wolf Spiders to name a few.

The Brown Recluse Spider is perhaps the best known of the recluse species to inhabit Texas. There are five known species of recluse in Texas. Recluse spiders favor garages, firewood piles and basements and often live in areas where humans reside. Although they do spin webs, Recluse spiders actually hunt their prey, usually during the nighttime hours.

The Widow Spider Family Southern black widow spiders, as well as other black widow species, live throughout the entire United States. Other widow species found in Texas are the western black widow, northern black widow and the brown widow. Widows are primarily found outdoors, though they are frequently found in garages, basements, within furniture, around water meters and other places which are not often disturbed. Widow spiders are a shy species and like most spiders will avoid human contact when possible. Most widow bites occur when people accidentally disturb a hidden spider or its web.

The Tarantula in Texas are large, hairy spiders that range from brown to black and are typically larger than three inches when fully grown. Tarantulas typically hunt at night and remain hidden during the day in safe dark sheltered areas.

The Jumping Spider actively hunt during the day and rely on good eyesight to spot moving prey. Eyesight is enhanced by the jumping spider's eight eyes, of which one large pair is in the front. Jumping spiders will jump on spotted prey and excrete a line of webbing as they attack.

The Wolf Spider hunts mainly at night, and are typically brown and black and may have stripes as well. They are often seen at night when light is reflected from their eyes. These spiders form webbing during the day, but this webbing is meant to provide shelter and not to capture prey. Wolf spiders are frequently found inside homes but are not a danger to humans.

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

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

  Brown Recluse Spider    Southern Black Widow    Western Black Widow
 Northern Black Widow            Brown Widow             Tarantula
      Jumping Spider            Wolf Spider

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