Spider Control in San Diego, Riverside and Orange County …


Recommended by Ronald Stiles, Published on July 31st, 2015

Brown recluse spiders (Loxosceles spp.) Tan to light brown in color, 1/4 to 1/2 in length. Oddly, the brown recluse spider has three easily seen pairs of black eyes when seen from above. They are not called recluse for nothing. They remain hidden as much as possible. In San Diego and Orange Counties recorded histories there have only been two confirmed sightings of brown recluse spiders. The odds of seeing one are probably smaller than the odds of winning the lottery. Regardless, both males and females of the species can inject venom. The bite is often not felt. Sometimes symptoms require 6-8 hours before they begin to manifest themselves. The bite can produce necrosis, or dead tissue, resulting in an open, ulcerating type of sore. Healing takes weeks. If bitten, go to an emergency room immediately. Ideally, you should take the spiders carcass along for identification. An anti-toxin has been developed but is not readily available.

Regular old, scary-looking spiders There are lots of these around. Most pose no threat and are, in fact, beneficial to gardens. Spiders are attracted to moisture. They will return to a web even after it has been treated with chemicals. They will also take over another spiders abandoned web site.

Lloyd Pest Control power sprays the perimeter of the home to create a general pest barrier. We will also treat the eaves and window sills with compressed air sprayer applications. And then, we knock down the webs so spiders wont return. Pest identifications by Lloyd Pest Control biologists are available at no charge. Spider solutions are among the easiest tasks we face each day.

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