If you see a spider coming into your homes, are you allowing it to get in? For sure, you will not and never will. But since that the cold season is now on its way, spiders will rely on people for warm hugs again.
Wolf spiders are the usual spiders who loved to stay at homes. They exist in Chicago over a volume of numbers and are starting to invade people’s home for a warm shelter especially that the weather started to get colder. They are robust and agile hunters with excellent eyesight where they prefer to do hunting alone. Wolf spiders body sizes from less than 0.4 up to 1.38 inches (10 to 35 mm) where females are bigger than males, and can be found in a wide range of habitats both coastal and inland as they stayed on trees, brushes, lawns, and so on. They normally live for 11 years.
These wolf spiders could get through your homes by passing through small cracks or open holes. If the ants or cockroaches can get in, spiders can also get in. They can pass through entry ways you never expect, together with their batch of youngs living on their backs.
An Invertebrate Specialist said that a pest control principle must be done to avoid these spiders from invading residences. All the cracks must be sealed to prevent insects from getting in. It is also advisable not to squash spiders if we have seen them, rather catching it with a cup and place outside. They may help you by eating those flies, mosquitos, ants, and another insect outside your homes. Despite the fact that these spiders were so tiny, they may be seen through a lighting source and their eyes will appear sparkling in the dark night.
These spider bites causes irritation, so better have them stay away from our families or else you will have that webby house like theirs.