The false widow spider got its name because of its physical resemblance to the black widow spider, which is one of most venomous spiders in the world.
The common house spider is also known as the American house spider. They form tangled webs in human dwellings.
The giant house spider is a close relative of the hobo spider. The females can reach up to 18.5 mm in length while males can grow from 12 to 15 mm in length.
Crab spiders are known as such because of their resemblance to crabs and the manner on how they position their two front pairs of legs.
“Fiddleback spider” is the nickname of a brown recluse spider. It was given that name due to the markings on the dorsal side of its cephalothorax.
The orb weaver spider is part of the spider family Araneidae and is known for building spiral wheel-shaped webs in forests, fields and even gardens of homes.
One of the most poisonous spiders in the world is the black widow (Latrodectusmectans). They are found in temperate in the south and west regions and in United States.
Cheiracanthium is a genus of spiders commonly called the yellow sac spider. Its venom contains the substance cytotoxin, like that of a brown recluse.
A wolf spider is a robust and agile hunting spider and a member of the Lycosidae family and usually found in terrestrial habitats including shrub lands.
Most tarantula species are not a threat to humans while some are considered in demand for exotic pet trade.