Spiders can be a common nuisance in Minnesota, and some species can be harmful to humans. That's why we offer customized spider control services to help you keep your property spider-free.
Identification: Our experienced technicians can identify the different species of spiders that are common in Minnesota.
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This efficient spider was believed to be dangerous to humans but it cannot bite sufficiently to penetrate the skin.
This spider species is often found in damp cool places such as basements. But it can also be found out in nature on ground level around rocks and trees.
This spider species is dangerous to other spiders, however. It has been known to kill different types of venomous spiders.
It’s a type of spider that creates a web to catch insects and flies but it also gets off the web to actively hunt other insects and other spiders.
Some medical importance has also been tied to this species. It’s believed its venom is high in an anti-microbial agent called P. phalangioides.
The Bold Jumping Spider prefers to hunt for its prey out in the open territory. Its stereoscopic vision allows it to be one of the true hunters of the Salticidae family.
It’s also a friendly spider about humans as few bites have been reported.
It’s assumed human bites of the Bold Jumping Spider aren’t followed by extreme reactions but rather by mild reactions such as itchy skin in the area of the bite.
Black and yellow argiope, also called black-and-yellow garden spider, may be the largest web-building spider in the northern United States.
The adult female body is ¾″ to 1⅛″ long.
The abdomen is egg-shaped and black. There is a vertical row of bold yellow spots on each side of the abdomen and two or three pairs of yellow spots in the middle.
The covering (carapace) of the front segment of the spider’s body (cephalothorax) is densely covered with short, silvery hairs. The underside (sternum) is black with a yellow vertical stripe.
The legs are ¾″ to 2¾″ long. The front legs are black with black femurs. The other legs are black with yellow femurs. Sometimes there are yellow bands on the legs. There are three claws on each foot.
The male is much smaller, ¼″ to ⅜″ long.
The spider is a good hunter. With good vision, it often looks for larger prey.
The spider is looking for moths and even mosquitoes 2-3 times its size.
The spider might be known for jumping for its prey but it’s also good at dancing.
Make Zebra Jumping Spiders dance before female spiders before the mating ritual as a means of making a good impression.
Female Striped Fishing Spiders are larger than their male counterparts.
They can grow up to 6 inches in size.
While larger, this spider species does have plenty of predators.
Snakes and wasps are among the top predators actively seeking to hunt the Striped Fishing Spider.
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