Posts in Category: Spiders
With winter coming, many bugs that are outdoors will face death if they don’t play their cards right. While some, like spiders, have a system that allows them to stay outside and continue to live, no matter how cold it gets, many must seek warm shelter.
There’s nothing worse than getting home after a long day only to find a spider waiting for you in your room. These creepy crawlers are some of the sneakiest pests around and they can be found in some very strange places.
The American House Spider is a tiny spider with a fat belly, brown in color with stripes on its legs. While it is not venomous, if one bites you it can be itchy. For the most part, they are relatively harmless, but you still don’t want them in your home. Their presence can signify a larger pest problem.
Here in Souderton, there are two known species of wolf spider: the hogna carolinensis, aka the Carolina wolf spider, and the hogna aspersa. Aspersa is the larger of the two, but besides this difference, these spiders look very similar.