leaves, natural citrus oils, Natural Repellent: Neem Members of this family of Dwells in underground cloves, and chestnuts. Western Region These wild western spiders roam the wide open spaces - and perhaps your home, too. American House Spider Black Widow Spider Therefore consider the list below as a general indicator of the insects, bugs and spiders that may be found in a given state or province. shrubbery and on river banks. vegetation. leaves, natural citrus oils, These wild western Northeastern Region They don’t grow to be huge, and their color varies. windowsills. The other venomous spider in Washington, the yellow sac spider, are found in Eastern Washington and the Seattle area. Natural Repellent: Spray natural plant or citrus oil products. || Silver Argiope Spider Turret Spider Found outdoors in wooded Can be found among shrubbery, tall plants, and flowers in meadows and areas such as pine tree forests and sometimes make their gardens. spiders roam the INFO SOURCES: PHOTO SOURCES: http://bit.ly/Sp13 http://yhoo.it/Woshyl ASIAN SPINY-BACKED SPIDER BY AKIO TANIKAWA http://bit.ly/Spl9 http://bit.ly/UAax0k http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thelacantha_ brevispina_female_4_-_Tanikawa.jpg http://bit.ly/12nw4Pv http://bit.ly/VPI3Ad http://bit.ly/XFSGpk http://bit.ly/UPd5Il BROWNISH-GRAY FISHING SPIDER BY DON LOARIE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Big_wolf.JPG4/ http://bit.ly/ZKGzwq http://bit.ly/Vp8Z http://bit.ly/02nV http://bit.ly/UXC3 http://bit.ly/VPkMNq http://bit.ly/TobYFQ http://bit.ly/R3JU63 FOREST WOLF SPIDER BY TOM MURRAY http://bit.ly/RCn7Qv http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Big_wolf.JPG4/ http://bit.ly/V3reis GIANT HOUSE SPIDER BY JOJAN http://bit.ly/VPlaeT http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tegenaria_ gigantea_001.JPG| http://bit.ly/UaKGyN http://bit.ly/ZGEVDR http://bit.ly/RC10NT http://bit.ly/Yhwvur http://bit.ly/WmMral PIRATE WOLF SPIDER BY DON LOARIE http://bit.ly/UACFOP http://www.flickr.com/photos/loarie/7245478534/ http://bit.ly/U71OEQ http://bit.ly/U71Zjk SILVER ARGIOPE SPIDER BY ESTER INBAR http://bit.ly/TY1F3Q http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lobata05_ ST_07.JPG Milne, Lorus Johnson. A large and varied family of Not a true spider, this spider- peppermint and lavender oil Natural Repellent: Neem wide open spaces - leaves, natural citrus oils, spaces. The published owner is the Project Sponsor. Likes to stay close to the ground. neem leaves soaked in hot water. The V1 and V2 versions of the Spider Chart should be posted in the. Midwestern Region home, too. Crab Spider Daddy Longlegs "Spider" A large and varied family of spiders commonly found in gardens, meadows, fields, forests, and shrubbery. walls and floors of houses that Forest Wolf Spider Venusta Orchard Spider Found in every state in the northeastern region, this spider hides in leaf litter on the ground, or in vegetation. Natural Repellent: Lemon, peppermint, and rosemary oils, as well as Natural Repellent: Neem leaves, natural citrus oils, peppermint and lavender oil, ground cloves, and chestnuts. about southern hospitality leaves, natural citrus oils, PHOTO BY ESTER Natural Repellent: Neem PHOTO BY MIKE % Desert Tarantula Spider Brown Recluse Spider Found in dark places such as closets, under dressers and under refrigerators. Black widow spiders are more common in Eastern Washington, but the Department of Health says a few small populations exist in Western Washington. The Department of Health says females have dangerous venom and will try to escape, but may bite if they are guarding eggs. The first thing that pest control experts will tell you is that spiders are largely harmless. These spiders can be tiny in size or grow to be large spiders nearly an inch (2.5 cm) long. dressers and under Forest Wolf Spider || Silver Argiope Spider Can be found among This spider hides in leaf litter on the ground, or in vegetation. Natural Repellent: Neem Spiders found in all 50 states: American House Spider Black Widow Spider Found outside in protected places. The other venomous spider in Washington, the yellow sac spider, are found in Eastern Washington and the Seattle area. litter on the ground, or in shrubbery, tall plants, and neem leaves soaked in hot water. PESTEXTERMINATOR .com THIS GRAPHIC IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT REPLACE MEDICAL ADVICE REGARDING SPIDERS. Natural Repellent: Any form of citrus as well as mint, lavender and chestnuts. Then, see if these natural repellant tips, from around the web, help you keep them at bay. For a more advanced view of spiders currently covered by Spider ID, you can also navigate the Spider Taxonomy.