Brown Recluse Spider: How to get em quickly

Brown_recluse_spider Also known as Violin Spider, Fiddleback Spider, Brown Spider, Mediterranean Recluse and Chilean Recluse.

The number of names tells you that they are found in a lot of places and that includes your clothes, shoes, gloves, wood pile and on and on.

Obviously they are brownish and have the unique feature of 6 eyes in 3 pairs. Yeah right, you discover those eyes only after it is dead. Most other spiders have 8 eyes in 2 rows of 4. And they are venomous. A bite is a mess to deal with.

The major difference you need to know between the black widow and the brown recluse is that the black widow stays at home (near the web) to eat and the recluse forages for food.

That means the brown recluse ends up in places where humans stick their hands in and bothers the spider and he bites you. Or you roll over on one who is wandering around looking for a quick meal and you end up with a bite in your you know where. Not good.

They do not want to bite you but when you brush against them they defend themselves as only they know how.

Check this out. In Kansas, a woman in a older home counted her recluse spider guests for 6 months and counted 2055 of them, and no one was ever bitten according to a California spider specialist.

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SandBox: Deadly Spiders and more Hide There

Is there a deadly spider in this sandbox? Look see.

 

Your innocent looking child's sandbox in the back yard can harbor some very bad events.
Each year children are surprised when they pick up a toy left in the sandbox, and they get bitten by a spider. And in some cases, it is a very serious bite.

Because the black widow spider loves to hide in a quiet dark place, and that is exactly what the sandbox presents...even with the cover on it because the covers never seal the sandbox, they just lay on top leaving many access holes around the edges.
It is accessible to the black widow spider because it is low to the ground and the kids toys are full of small crevices where the black widow and maybe even brown recluses can spin their web to catch their prey.

Covers on sandboxes help if you have one, but they must fit very tight and most do not...and many are never even placed over the sandbox.

So, you MUST inspect every toy that is in a sandbox before your child is allowed to play.
Why...this is why...you must inspect a sandbox.

  • CAT URINE and FECES: Your neighbors cat will use the sandbox as their personal toilet if you left the cover off the box. Get that stuff out of there before those brown jewels from the cat find their way into your children's mouth.
  • INSECTS: If you gave your child a snack to eat the last time they played in the sandbox, they undoubtedly dropped some crumbs into the sand. The crumbs are food for insects of all types like roaches who will find it and eat it. Ants will be everywhere and as soon as your child sits down to play, they will start to scream from the ants biting them. Get those ants out of there before they play.
  • BLACK WIDOW SPIDERS: As we reported above, the sandbox is one of the very small black widow spiders favorite places to build their webs. When your child picks up a toy with the black widow spider hidden on it, they brush against the black widow, and the black widow bites your child...and that is very very bad. You must inspect the sandbox and pick up and look at every single toy...for spiders, black widows, brown recluses, and all the other spiders who can be there...even though they are not as poisonous as the black widow....because they still bite.
  • SCORPIONS: These little nasty creatures can hide in the sandbox as well. Scorpions sting and if you don't want your kids to get stung...you better check that sandbox before they begin their play.
  • WASPS: Sandboxes left unused for a long period can be inviting to a wasp as a place to safely build their nest. If they do, the nest will be attached to a toy or the loose fitting cover and it will be very obvious to you that wasps are there, but not to a young child. So inspect that sandbox BEFORE your child gets to it...to prevent massive stings and the urgent trip for medical care.

 

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Trap Brown Recluse Spiders Fast

Brown Recluse spiders bite and hurt.
Brown Recluse spiders must be caught and killed.
Everyone wants to get rid of the Brown Recluse spider.


There are many ways to get rid of spiders, and you can learn about it if you click on brown recluse in the left column.

But you need to know...

what trap or traps to use for trapping spiders.

Just grab a cup, pour out the coffee, and get him.

How to catch a brown recluse spider or black widow spider


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Got Brown Recluse Spiders? Do this.

No matter what you think about the brown recluse...
it is a nasty spider...look at the bite below

and so you want to get rid of any nearby brown recluse spider activity.

Brown Recluse Spider bite is really frightening

 

 
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