I know that the Brown recluse spider and the black widow spider both live in Jersey. There might be another one or two, but I'm not sure. The recluse and widow mainly live in south jersey but there are some in Northern jersey.
Brown Recluse Spiders live in the United States.
The brown recluse spider or loxosceles reclusa is known to have a life span of 1.5 years but can live longer under proper conditions. The brown recluse was even seen alive for 7 years in a lab setting. The brown recluse can live 6-12 months without food.
brown recluse and brown window tarantula banana spider or Brazilian wandering spider
Brown recluse garden spider wolf
dark, dry and warm.
The quick answer is insects, live insects, dead insects, both small and large. They feed on them all. There are very few insects that a brown recluse spider will not eat.
usa Primarily in the central and southern mid-western states.
Purpose: To determine whether the number of brown recluse spider bites diagnosed by South Carolina physicians coincides with evidence of brown recluse spiders found in the state.Methods: Brown recluse spider bite diagnosis data were extracted from 1990 and 2004 surveys of South Carolina physicians. This was compared with the known historical evidence of brown recluse spiders collected in South Carolina and derived from various sources, including state agencies, arachnologists, and museum specimens.Results: South Carolina physicians diagnosed 478 brown recluse spider bites in 1990 and 738 in 2004. Dating to 1953, 44 brown recluse spider specimens have been verified from 6 locations in South Carolina.
They are rarely encountered in pa but can sometimes be transported through shipment
No, Brown Recluse Spiders do not live in Pennsylvania.
Not normally. There have been some found in Flint, Lansing, and Hillsdale county.
Fatalities are extremely rare but a visit to your physician or local hospital is a must.
The brown recluse spider is nocturnal, which means it searches for food during the nighttime hours. It is also a scavenger, preferring to feed on dead insects rather than live ones. If the brown recluse spider cannot find any dead insects, however, it will kill live ones, and it can travel quite a far distance from its web to find an insect to kill, often ending up indoors, where it will hide in items like shoes and clothing on the floor when daylight arrives. Read more: How Does a Brown Recluse Spider Kill Its Prey? | eHow.com
There is only one species called "brown recluse" (Loxosceles reclusa) even though those found in the central Southern states (Texas to Georgia) live outdoors as well as in human dwellings.
The Brown Recluse and Black widow are 2 of the spiders that live in Colorado. Both are Poisonous/dangerous. There are more but I am not a spider expert to say the least.
The adult brown recluse can live up to six months without food or water.
No . . . sorry but no
yes there are brown recluse spiders in Minnesota my friend Megan used to live up there and she found one.
A brown recluse can live about six months without food or water. I'm not really sure how long they would live with they things they need, but they live longer in colder enviorments.
bed sheets, dark places
In your sock drawer.
Out of the thousands of species of spiders in the world the brown recluse has some of the most fascinating characteristics. Consider these unique traits of the brown recluse spider. A brown recluse spider lives up to its name by spending most of its time in quiet, dark spaces. Brown recluses make their homes in crawl spaces underneath buildings, corners of attics, and even under fallen logs. These spiders live in places where there is very little human activity. Though these spiders are not aggressive, they will bite if they feel threatened. Since brown recluses don't like to be around humans, bites usually occur in an accidental way. For instance, a person may try on a pair of shoes that have been in the attic for several years only to get a bite from a brown recluse that has made its home in the old shoes. In short, it's rare to find a brown recluse wandering around outside its home. Another interesting characteristic of a brown recluse spider is the marking on its back. Sometimes brown recluses are called, fiddle spiders' because of the marking that looks like a violin on the upper side of their body. Trying to identify a brown recluse spider by this marking can be tricky because the design may be hard to see especially if it's a young spider. Furthermore, not all brown recluses are the same shade of brown. Some are light brown while others are dark brown. It may take an entomologist to determine whether a brown spider is indeed a brown recluse. There are many brown spiders that have been misidentified as brown recluses. Unlike many other spiders, a brown recluse doesn't use a web to catch its food. These spiders hunt during the night and feed on insects both alive and dead. They kill insects with their venom. The final trait that makes the brown recluse different from many other spiders is that it has six eyes instead of eight. It has three pairs of eyes in specific places on its head. Most spiders have eight eyes organized in rows.
they live in disfigured webs and they are the size of a small coin, but they are not well known around the world, you find them around the east coast of america