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Spiders (Several Species)

There are over 3,000 different species of spiders in North America alone. In most cases here in New England, we are typically dealing with a few of the regular offenders. Some of the most common species we regularly treat are Cellar Spiders, as well as Wolf Spiders. Spiders are classified as an arachnid as all spiders have eight legs. Many species of spiders can deliver a very painful bite if threatened or handled. Although rare, New England has been known to home some venomous spiders throughout the warm months. If you found a spider in your home contact us today for proper identification as we can guarantee eradication from your home!

Identification  & Facts 

With so many different species of spiders present in our region, we simply cannot encompass every variety. Here is a list of a few of the more common species with some identifying features.

  • Wolf Spiders

  • from 0.4 to 1.4 inches, not including their legs.

  • The body appears very hairy

  • Cellar Spider 

  • Less than a 1/2-inch body, 2-inch long legs, and the body is the shape of a peanut.

  • Giant Lichen Orb Weaver Spider

  • The body is orange legs colored with black rings, and the body is grayish-green with white marks.

No matter the species Ellington Pest has you covered. Contact us for a detailed free evaluation. Don't live with those spiders anymore!

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