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Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney

 

Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney
Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney

 

What is a ground dwelling spider?

 

Ground dwelling spiders are spiders that live on the ground either in burrows or cracks and crevices of buildings, trees, bushes, rocks, etc. Some ground dwelling spiders do have the ability to spin trip lines such as the funnel web spider and trap door spiders.

 

What spiders belong to the ground dwelling family?

 

  • Funnel web spiders
  • Wolf spiders
  • Mouse spiders
  • White-tip spiders
  • Trap-door spiders
  • Huntsman spiders

 

Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney
Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney

 

 

How do you treat ground dwelling spiders if you can’t see any webs?

 

Redline Pest Controls technicians are train to inspect, identify and treat affect areas. Once the technician has combed over your lawns, he will spot treat any hole that is visible then he will go over your lawns and blanket spray for any holes he might not have seen or any spiders which have come to the surface.

 

If you have ground dwelling spiders inside the technician will let of smoke bombs, depending on the size of your home this maybe 4 to 8 smoke bombs. Once the technician has let the smoke bombs off you must vacate for around 4 hours, once you return quickly open doors and windows and stay out for a further half an hour.

 

Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney
Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney

 

 

It is vital that you get a professional to treat these spiders and do not under any circumstances go near these spiders.

 

Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney
Ground Dwelling Spider Treatments Sydney

 

Further Reading Ground Dwelling Spiders

 

10 White-Tip Spider Facts

 

10 White-Tip Spider Facts

 

10 White-Tip Spider Facts
White tip spider

 

  1. White-Tip Spiders love to hide out in bedding and clothes which have been left on the floor.
  2. White-Tip Spiders love to eat other poisonous spiders and is nature’s way of pest control when it comes to poisonous spiders.
  3. White-Tip Spiders are more often to bite at night in warmer months. (check you bedding before getting into bed)
  4. White-Tip Spiders are active at night and will sleep under rocks, logs, leaves and in bushes in the day.
  5. White-Tip Spiders are wanders and do not build webs but will stalk its prey and wait for that perfect moment to catch it.
  6. Female White-Tip Spiders lay around 80 to 100 pink eggs and will guard her eggs until it hatches.
  7. It was once thought that the White-Tip Spider bite caused necrotising arachnidism which is a flesh eating bite but this has been proven in recent times that it is not true.
  8. White-Tip Spiders will only bite if it feels threatened or provoked.
  9. White Tip Spiders have special little hairs which allows them to walk on any surface including glass.
  10. Female White-Tip Spiders are large than the male White-Tip Spider with the female being around 18mm and the male being around 12mm.

 

10 White-Tip Spider Facts

 

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