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Black Widow Spider Control
The female Black Widow Spider is actually the most poisonous spider in North America. The female can be identified by the hourglass marking on the under belly of the female black widow spider. When it comes to how to get rid of black widow spiders you should start by finding their hiding places. Black widow spider control starts with removing hiding places near the home such as fire wood, boards and thick vegetation. You can monitor black widow spider activity by using glue boards below. For black widow spider control you should use any of our black widow sprays below.
The bite of a black widow spider contains venom that is 15 times as potent as that of rattlesnakes. The first sign of a bite is local swelling, often with two red spots in the center. Common symptoms may include aching of the body (particularly the legs), partial paralysis, sweating, and swollen eyelids. Symptoms should disappear in 2 to 3 days. However, if you believe you have been bitten by a black widow, call your doctor immediately.
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