American House Spider
¼ inch in length. Dull brown in color with a slightly spotted pattern. Bulbous in shape.
Typically found near or in houses in secluded areas, these spiders spin dense webs resulting in cobwebs.
American House Spiders eat insects caught in the web made by the female.
Female spiders produce up to 17 egg sacs in a lifetime. Each egg sac contains 100 to 400 eggs.
These spiders will only bite in self-defense. Bites are no more painful than a bee sting and do not require medical attention.