Home Daddy Long Legs!! Habitat The daddy long legs is commonly found outdoors and in dark areas. Colour The female is brown to cream with dark marks on the legs Length The male is 16mm and the female is 20mm . Web and Bite The web is tangled and its 30cm.The bite is harmless but if any theres a local reaction.
Mouse Spider Habitat It lives in tunnels underground and in dark places. Body Length The male is 15mm and the female is 25mm. Web and Bite The mouse spider builds no web and the bite is toxic but doesn’t bite. Colour The male is a glossy black and female is dark brown to a blackish colour.
Home White Tailed! Habitat Its mostly found on floors or scattering up walls.In daylight it finds a dark place to hide. COLOUR Has a dark grey body and reddish brown legs and a white bum. WEB AND BITE It builds no web and its bite causes swelling and blisters. LENGTH The male is 12mm and the female is 20mm
Home Red Back Spider Habitat It lives outdoors and around human areas such as; rubbish, old tins and containers ect. Colour Male is light brown with white on the abdomen. Females legs are dark brow to black. Body Length The male is 4mm and the female is 10mm. Web and Bite The Red back spider builds a tangled web and it’s bite is very venomous that causes a lot of pain.
Scorpion Tailed Spider The Scorpion Tailed Spider lives on the ground or any type of foliage near the ground. Habitat Colour Male is nearly the same as the female. Female is a redish brown to a fawn. Body Male 2 mm female 15 mm Web Orb web Bite Rare bites local pain and swelling.
St Andrews Cross! Home Text Text Colour: Male: Legs are brown, abdomen cream with a mottled brown pattern. Female: Abdomen stripes of yellow and crimson brown, sometimes with pale spots on the brown stripes, legs dark brown to black with yellow bands around. Habitat: It is commonly found in bushes and shrubs when it is seen it looks to only have four legs as they are paired. Body Length: Male: 4mm. Female: 20mm.
Brown House Spider Bite: Small blisters may occur around. Colour: Male: Smaller body with longer legs, similar colours to female except white markings. Female: Body brown to black, dull white crescent shaped marking on top of abdomen. Sometimes followed by several dull white spots Body Length: Male: 4mm Female:10mm Habitat: Is often found indoors in dark places and inside or under furniture. Web: Tangled with sticky catching attached to substrate.
Black House Spider. Home Habitat: Corners of windows and doors and in small gaps. C o l o u r : Male: Similar to female except often slightly paler. Female: Legs are shiny black, abdomen duller black or grey-black. Bite: Rarely bites humans, can cause pain and swelling. Web: Lacy Sheet. Body Length: Male:10mm Female:20mm
Home Water Spider Habitat Any where near swamps, ponds, dams and creeks. Colour Different shades of browns on the body with yellowish white freckles. Web This type of spider does not make a web. Body Length Males are 15-20mm and the Females are about 20-30mm. Bite Sore pain and followed by swelling. very aggressive if disturbed.
Home Wolf Spider Habitat The Wolf Spider lives in burrows and vagrant areas. Colour Males are sort of the same colour as the females. females are brown to greyish brown with a sort of horse shoe marking on the abdomen. Body Length Males and Females are both 25mm long. Bite No serious infections but pain and swelling to the area of the bite. Web The Wolf Spider doesn’t make a web at all.
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