Pest Database - Brown Recluse Spiders Brown recluse spiders have a characteristic dark brown violin marking on their back.   Habits Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal and eat other bugs like cockroaches and crickets. Male brown recluse spiders wander farther than females and will crawl into shoes or other clothing. Habitat Brown recluse spiders often live outdoors in debris and wood piles. They can be found indoors in storage areas and dark recesses. Threats Like the black widow spider, the brown recluse spider bites in defense and does not bite humans instinctively. They will bite humans when the clothing they are hiding in is worn. The brown recluse spider bite is painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore. Prevention To avoid brown recluse spiders, avoid keeping clothing on the floor. Store clothing and shoes inside plastic containers, and shake out all clothing that has been in a hamper before wearing or washing.
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Pest Facts Color: Light to dark brown, with characteristic dark brown violin marking on back Legs: Eight Shape: Round Size: 5/8" Antennae: No Flying: No Region: TX, LA, AR, OK, MO, KS, NE, IA, MO, IL, IN, OH, KY, TN, MS, AL, GA
Brown Recluse Spiders Brown Recluse Spiders
Pest Database - Brown Recluse Spiders Brown recluse spiders have a characteristic dark brown violin marking on their back.   Habits Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal and eat other bugs like cockroaches and crickets. Male brown recluse spiders wander farther than females and will crawl into shoes or other clothing. Habitat Brown recluse spiders often live outdoors in debris and wood piles. They can be found indoors in storage areas and dark recesses. Threats Like the black widow spider, the brown recluse spider bites in defense and does not bite humans instinctively. They will bite humans when the clothing they are hiding in is worn. The brown recluse spider bite is painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore. Prevention To avoid brown recluse spiders, avoid keeping clothing on the floor. Store clothing and shoes inside plastic containers, and shake out all clothing that has been in a hamper before wearing or washing.
Kelly’s Exterminating Service, Inc. 926-A Shelton Beach Road Saraland, AL  36571 251-675-4236 Fax Number:  251-675-4283
Kelly’s Exterminating Service, Inc. 18475 S. 3rd Street Citronelle, AL  36522 251-866-3030
Copyright Kelly’s Termite and Pest Control Service.  All Rights Reserved.  Website Design and Hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.
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Pest Facts Color: Light to dark brown, with characteristic dark brown violin marking on back Legs: Eight Shape: Round Size: 5/8" Antennae: No Flying: No Region: TX, LA, AR, OK, MO, KS, NE, IA, MO, IL, IN, OH, KY, TN, MS, AL, GA
Brown Recluse Spiders Brown Recluse Spiders
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