Spiders are one of the most feared insects in Spain. One of the most widespread reasons is because they sting and are poisonous. But not all of them are so. In order to capture their prey, they throw poison and cause their death. A sting may cause rashes, punctures, or lumps, accompanied by unusual sweating in the irritated area. Here are some of the examples of the most poisonous spiders found in Spain. The European Black Widow (Latrodectus tredecimguttatus) usually lives in clear places. It is black and some may have a reddish color in the abdominal area. The venom of this spider is deadly. The Yellow sack spider (Cheiracanthium punctorium) is nocturnal and its sting may cause nausea and is quite painful. A swelling in the bite area appears . The front legs are longer than the rear ones. The violin spider (Loxosceles rufescens) is of nocturnal habits. It is found in damp and sometimes covered places. Examples of these are: baseboards, tree barks and our homes. Its sting is considered one of the most dangerous of all. Tarantulas or Wolf spiders (Lycosa tarentula) have an aggressive behavior and their bite can darken the skin. Tegenaria campestre (Tegenaria agrestis) is brown and its legs are thin. It can get to kill the cells or tissues of an organism. Keep in mind these descriptions so you don’t get stung!
RADAN DESINTEC IS A SPECIALIST IN SPIDER PEST CONTROL.