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Spiders

Spiders have an ominous, but often undeserved reputation. Though most spiders are venomous and considered predators, of the thousands of species found in Canada, few are actually considered a health threat. In fact, spiders are actually helpful in controlling other pests in the home or garden since they feed on other insects and spiders.

Identification

  • English( scientific ) Name : - Class Arachnida
  • Spider has 8 legs.
  • Spider has 2 body regions: cephalothorax (head and thorax fused) & abdomen

Behavior

  • Spiders are often unpopular, the venom of most species is not very toxic to humans, usually resulting in no more than a slight swelling, inflammation, or itching sensation.
  • Most spiders’ fangs are too small or weak to puncture human skin.
  • Spiders usually will not attempt to bite unless accidentally trapped against the skin or grasped, although some species actively guard their egg sacs or young.
  • They generally bite and inject venom into their prey.
  • Spiders, however, rarely bite humans.
  • Skunks may appear for short periods in winter during prolonged mild spells.
  • Mating occurs in late February & early March when males become active, leaving their dens in search of females.
  • Found in secluded, undisturbed areas
  • Mostly active at night

Life Cycle

  • Female spider lays 2 dozen to several hundred eggs in egg sac(s)
  • A spider grows by shedding its skin (molting), usually 4 to 12 times before maturity.
  • They are most live for 1 to 2 seasons, although a few can live as long as 20 years

Control

  • You should shake out clothing & shoes before getting dressed.
  • Inspect bedding & towels before use.
  • Wear gloves when handling firewood, lumber & rocks (be sure to inspect the gloves for spiders before putting them on).
  • You should remove bedskirts. Move the bed away from the wall.
  • Don’t store boxes & other items underneath beds.
  • Seal or caulk cracks & crevices where spiders can enter the home.
  • You should tape the edges of cardboard boxes to prevent spider entry.

Certification & Achivement
CPMA - ACGP
National pest managements association member international
SPMAO
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