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Spiders Control Brisbane - How to Get Rid of Spiders in Your Home

Jun 18

Spiders Control Brisbane

If you live in Brisbane, you've likely encountered spiders ranging from funnel webs to Redbacks and St. Andrews cross. You may also have encountered mouse spiders, white-tail spiders, huntsman spiders, and trap door flies. Fortunately, professionals from EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane are fully trained to deal with all types of spiders, including wolf spiders, recursive, and mouse spiders.

Brown house spiders

Getting rid of brown house spiders is essential if you are suffering from these pesky creatures. Although most spiders are harmless, there are some species that are dangerous and pack a potentially deadly bite. If you have children or pets, you need to be extra careful when tackling spider infestations. If you suspect that you have a spider infestation, call EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane. The professionals at EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane will send a professional spider exterminator to your home.

The female brown house spider is about a quarter to a third of an inch long, but it does not have the characteristic red hourglass pattern on its abdomen. Unlike true black widow spiders, brown house spiders have an oval shape. They mate in spring and lay two to three egg cases every few months. The egg sac contains between 10 and 250 eggs, and the spiderlings pass through two molts before they leave their egg sac.

St. Andrews cross spiders

A St. Andrews cross spider is an incredibly dangerous pest. These spiders are known to drop their web when threatened, shake it vigorously, and disappear into their silky web. The female spider has a silver and red upper abdomen and two long, yellow stripes below. These spiders only grow up to 4 millimeters long, but they can make a big mess on your lawn. If you're having trouble with these spiders in your home, contact a professional exterminator to get rid of them.

The male spiders are black with a bright red area around their jaws. You can find them in your garden or backyard, where they build small burrows. The entrance is sealed by a trapdoor, which is often surrounded by silk. While this type of spider is native to Australia, it is rare to find it east of the dividing range. Mountain ranges are a notable exception. When they are in your backyard, be aware that these spiders are attracted to light.

Redback spiders

If you're worried about the presence of redback spiders in your home, there's no need to worry. These spiders live throughout Australia and can be found in nearly any area with a moderate climate and adequate food sources. They use a web to catch their prey and inject venom to kill them. Although redback spiders rarely kill humans, they do pose a threat to human health and property.

While male redbacks can be quite large, female redbacks are small and have white and red markings. Redback females lay eggs for up to two years after mating. Their eggs are creamy white and are held in a spherical egg sack. They hatch after about 15 days and spread via the wind to new areas. They can also be found in garden sheds and machinery that has been unused for a long time.

Recursive spiders

If you have a spider infestation, you may want to consider hiring a professional for safe and effective removal. Recursive spiders can be very dangerous, especially when they feed on humans, so if you find yourself dealing with these creatures in your home, contact a pest control specialist as soon as possible. Brisbane is home to more than 10,000 different species of spiders, so you'll probably need professional help if you're having trouble with spiders in your home.

A professional EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane company can help you to prevent the spread of this dangerous spider in your home. Recursive spiders have been found in the Brisbane area for over 20 years. Professionals recommend contacting a pest control specialist at least once a year to ensure the safety of your family and property. For added safety, keep your home free of open boxes and other places where spiders may hide. If possible, you can even seal empty storage boxes with masking tape to prevent further harborage.


EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane

EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane

EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane

EPM Pest and Termite Control Brisbane