Australia has the most venomous eight-legged creatures on the planet. Although there are many species of spiders in Australia, but two most venomous spiders which can cause death are the red-back spider and the funnel-web spider. The mouse spider and wolf spider is also found in different cities. People need to understand about the diseases caused by spider bite. The spider can be related to any other bug bite- inflamed, red in colour and very itchy. Bites from Black widow spider can result in severe pain in the affected area and spread from the bite site to your back, abdomen or chest.
Webs around your walls, cupboards and cabinets are a clear sign of spider infestation in your home. They make look property dull and haunted.
Spiders majorly found in Australia are:
People can suffer from various conditions as a result of injected spider venom. Although the severity of the symptoms depends on the type of spider. Below are different types of spider bites and their symptoms:
Black widow bites
If after a bite you feel any of these symptoms contact medical Centre immediately.
To prevent severe pain and before visiting your nearest medical Centre, apply an ice pack to lessen the pain.
Huge amount of spiders reside in ceilings, behind your closet or maybe even in the bookshelf, spider usually enters the house due to the sunny weather and then crawl around when the weather gets pleasant or colder. Keep an eye on your ceilings and hidden areas, and in case you see a spider don’t try to hit it but contact pest control agent to get rid of it safely.
They can cause skin allergies and skin problems.
Their webs trap insects, which later on start stinking causing your living space smell un-fresh and become a reason of series of diseases.
Some species of spiders are aggressive and can attack badly. Young kids become their easy targets often.
It is very difficult to remove spiders from an area where they live for long period of time.
Spiders do not congregate in single large nest, so the population cannot be destroyed easily targeting only one site.
Also, in winter, and rainy areas, avoid walking in a garden bare foot.