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About Wisconsin Spiders: About 500 species of spider have been found within the state of Wisconsin. While many of these species are extremely rare and likely to get even rarer thanks to the ongoing loss of habitat and threat posed by acidic rain, there are a handful of species that are commonly found within the home. There are few common spiders found within the state of Wisconsin. They are the House Spider, Giant House Spider, Brown Recluse Spider, Sac Spider, Cellar Spider, Black Widow, and the Ghost Spider to name a few.

The House Spider constructs webs in corners and areas of little traffic such as basements. They like to hunt prey along window sills, walls or floors.

The Giant House Spider one of the more common types likely to be found in Wisconsin homes. Though, as its name implies, this spider can be alarmingly big, it is harmless. However, thanks to its size and light-brown coloring, it can be confused with the not-so-friendly hobo spider. A giant house spider may be worth keeping around the house because they are known to eat hobo spiders.

The Brown Recluse Spiders 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.

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Sac Spider is commonly found both inside the home and in the garden. Not even half an inch in length, they are usually yellow or very light brown in color. One good way to positively identify one is to watch its behavior. If it constructs a den-like retreat in a corner or tucked away place, rather than a traditional web, then chances are it is a sac spider.

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Cellar Spider will gladly inhabit the dark corners of your cellar or basement, where it hangs upside-down in its messy, haphazardly constructed web.

The Black Widow Spiders have a venomous bite that can be very painful or life threatening. They 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.

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Ghost Spiders have earned this common name because of the translucence of their bodies. They are also sometimes referred to as "buzzing" spiders, as a result of the drumming sound made by male spiders during mating rituals. Ghost spiders are nocturnal predators, feeding on insects. Similarly to sac spiders, ghost spiders spend the day nesting in cocoons, made from coiled leaves, which they mold together with silk.

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

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

         
         House Spider      Giant House Spider     Brown Recluse Spider
 
                

             

      
         Sac Spider            Cellar Spider                     Black Widow 
     
      
            Ghost Spider  
     

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