spiders Oklahoma

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...

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...

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...

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....

Wet Winter and Spring Mean More Spiders in Summer

If you watch local news or The Weather Channel, you’ve probably heard about the El Nino phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean. This happens naturally every few years and leads to warmer and wetter winters and springs across the western United...

Spider Identification Guide

Spiders can be confusing. While we all know they’re creepy, it’s not always as easy to tell which ones are actually dangerous to you and your family and which ones are okay—as long as they stay in the garden. So...

What You Need to Know About Spider Bites

With the unseasonably warm weather that Oklahoma has been seeing lately, it's no wonder we're still getting a lot of calls to spray for spiders. The more spiders spotted means that more people are dealing with spider bites. Thankfully most spiders...