Arachnophobia (fear of spiders) abounds within the United States population, but these arachnids are often more helpful than not. One of natures finest pest control specialists, American House Spiders feed on other problematic insects and typically leave home inhabitants alone.
House spiders are very common through the entire United States.
House spiders aren’t known to be dangerous to humans or pets, and they do not pose any threat to gardens or vegetation.
House spiders are relatively easy to get rid. They don’t typically infest homes in large numbers, and are most often found in corners and other lesser trafficked areas of the home.
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The biological name of this species is Parasteatoda tepidariorum, often abbreviated as P. tepidariorum. In short: the house spider doesn’t […]