Spiders

MORE INFO ABOUT SPIDERS

Spiders are invertebrates with a two part body (phalo thorax and abdomen), biting chelicerae and silk glands that discharge through spinnerets.

Spiders have 4 pairs of legs and additional pair of short appendages (pedipalps) beside the chelicerae.

Female spiders may reproduce up to 300 spiderlings (baby spiders) per hatching two or three times per year, depending on their species.

It’s impossible to eradicate all spiders on your property. Spiders play an important role in our food chain and it is much more environmentally responsible to concentrate on keeping spiders from entering your premises.

Dangerous Spiders:

Australian Spiders whose venom ranges from extremely toxic to resulting in painful bites. Common sense and awareness will safeguard most people from the danger of attack

If you have a spider problem, contact Australian Pest Specialists on 0438 41 4151 for a pest inspection.

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