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Spider bites are a real concern for parents of young children and families that keep pets.
Venomous spiders, in general, will typically not bite you unless they feel threatened or provoked. Most spider bites are not considered to be harmful to humans.
Very few spider bites result in victims requiring urgent medical attention or treatment. However, North America does have a couple of spiders that can cause some real harm to animals and humans if bitten.
Most spider bites will have little effect on people but some species can cause a reaction due to the venom injected.
Most spider bites go unnoticed and cause no more than a mild reaction in people like inflammation of the skin, minor swelling and itching. Some spider bites however can lead to lots of pain, gangrene and even necrotic wounds.
Read more facts about the bites of the Black Widow and Brown Recluse spider:
Adult Black Widow spiders are not naturally aggressive towards people.
They only bite when crushed, handled or disturbed. Both sexes are venomous.
Although not proven, it is suggested that the bite of adult hobo spiders can have similar effects of brown recluse spider bites.
In addition to potentially dangerous spiders, there are many commonly encountered spider species whose bite are not considered medically important. Spiders with non-serious bites in the U.S. include house spiders, cellar spiders, daddy long legs, wolf spiders and many more.
If you have spotted signs of spiders in your home or business and want to avoid being bitten, we can offer professional treatments for complete removal of your problem.
Call Ehrlich today at 1-800-837-5520 to discuss our spider control treatments.
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