Spiders

Oklahoma Spider ID Guide

HOW TO: Identify Prevent When to Call a Professional It’s not uncommon for people to feel frightened when they find a spider inside of their home. While many non-threatening species exist in Oklahoma, the state is also home to several...

Brown Recluse Spiders

As one of the most feared arachnids in the state of Oklahoma, brown recluse spiders frequently coexist with humans with little incident. However, when a bite does occur, the consequences can be great if the appropriate steps aren’t taken. To help...

Limiting Summer Spiders in Your Home

While Halloween is still several months away, the cobwebs around your home and the explosion of spiders could make it feel a little spooky during the summer months. Whether you are seeing an occasional wandering spider or you are regularly...

It’s Spider Season in Oklahoma

As you spend time outdoors this spring season, there's a good chance that you will start running into webs and potentially the spiders that inhabit them around your home. Unfortunately, storms and food scarcity may lead these spiders to make...

Why Are There More Spiders in Fall?

As you walk around your home or begin to take your decorations down from the attic for the upcoming holidays, you will likely run into at least one spider web. In fact, there's a good chance that you will see...

Protect Your Home with Spider Control This Summer

If you have arachnophobia or a fear of spiders, the last thing you likely want this summer is to stumble across spiders living inside your home. While some spiders are beneficial and can limit the number of other pests that...

Keep Your Home Safe From Spring House Spiders

In early spring, it's likely that you will start seeing an increase in the amount of roaming spiders around your home in various sizes. Among those spider species, it is likely that you will most often see house spiders that...

Dangerous Spiders Emerge in Oklahoma

If you have spent a summer in Oklahoma, you likely have run into your fair share of spiders. Among the spiders that are found in this region, two are always considered the last species you would want to see. Now...

Spring Brings Spiders, Prepare Now!

Did you know that during the fall spiders will enter your home for shelter during the winter? Unfortunately, this means that when temperatures begin to warm in the spring, spiders will start coming out from their hiding spots in your...

Dangers of Brown Recluse Bites

Living in a southern state, Oklahomans are no stranger to the brown recluse spider. This highly venomous spider, sometimes referred to as a fiddleback cause of the distinct black line on the cephalothorax, is responsible for many ER visits yearly....