A Guide to Brown Recluse Spiders

 

Find out the facts about brown recluse spiders. Learn about how to identify brown recluse spiders, how big they are, why they are nicknamed fiddle back spiders, and locations brown recluses can be found in. This guide also explains useful information about brown recluse bites, and what to do if bitten by a brown recluse spider.

Because of the dangers associated the bite of Brown Recluse spiders, many home-owners are eager to employ pest control services. To prevent a venomous spider invasion, like that of a Brown Recluse spider, get professional spider control.

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  1. Brown recluse spiders are light brown in color and have long slender legs; including their legs, adults grow to be about the diameter of a quarter or half-dollar. They have a tell-tale “violin”-shaped marking on the back of the body and their six eyes are arranged in a distinctive semi-circle pattern. The good news when it comes to brown recluse spiders is that they are usually pretty easy to identify, the bad news is, they are usually hiding out of sight and you don’t notice their presence until it is too late and you accidentally come into contact with one.

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