Brown Recluse Spiders
Less than 3% of the people bitten by these spiders develop the open ulcerous wound attributed to the brown recluse spider.
Brown recluse spiders are quarter-sized with a fiddle-shaped marking on the cephalothorax
Six eyes that are arranged in 3 pairs, which is distinctive because most spiders have eight eyes arranged in two rows
Can exist in high numbers, but are rarely seen
Only 13 counties in GA have confirmed infestations
Brown recluse spiders inhabit dark areas, under furniture, in wall voids, in closets
Move around at night
Controlling brown recluse spiders is difficult
Glueboards are the best tool for sampling and monitoring populations
Dusting all voids, attics, and crawl spaces
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