Hobo Spiders

The Hobo & Yellow Sac Spiders

July 21, 2012 By
By: Rick  In the late 19th century in the United States, spiders were not considered to be causes of medical concern. At that point, the black widow gained notoriety for causing severe medical problems. Yellow Sac Spider It wasn’t until 1957 that... Read more»
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Four Spiders to Keep Your Eye On

September 1, 2009 By
By: Rick Vetter In previous articles, various spiders of concern to the pest management industry have been discussed. All have been either medically important or at least medically implicated at one point in the past. These included the brown recluse (PMP,... Read more»
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Hobo Spider

November 1, 2001 By
The hobo spider was first identified in Seattle, Wash., in 1930 after being introduced from Europe. Since the time of its introduction, this spider has spread throughout the northwestern United States and Canada. Its range includes the southern half of... Read more»
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