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Once you bring up spiders, you quickly
discover that most people tend to have
strong opinions about how to handle them.
There are those who claim that leaving
spiders alone in a building keeps pest
Then, there are others who immediately
shriek at the thought of finding one lurking
in a corner.
Spiders do great things.
They eat cockroaches, flies and other pesky
insects that no one likes to see even when
they are outside.
This benefit does come with a cost.
Spiders can quickly cause problems when
they invade places that people inhabit.
Bites aren’t the only thing to worry about.
The cost of letting a spider invasion go
untreated can be higher than the benefit
of leaving one alone.
When spiders eat insects outdoors,
they also help to minimize problems
that other pests cause.
For example, fewer pests around
farmlands means that there will be
less damage done to the crops.
Spiders also help to reduce the
populations of disease-spreading insects
such as mosquitoes.
These benefits are all important, but they
aren’t particularly helpful for the average
person at home or around the workplace.
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Arizona is home to several spiders that
pose a far greater risk to your health than
the benefits that they provide.
Black widow spiders are well-known
for giving bites that lead to extreme pain
and potentially life-threatening reactions.
Brown recluse spiders are another
type of spider that give bites that can
break down skin tissue.
You’ll also find tarantulas and wolf spiders.
These spiders aren’t as dangerous for your
health, but they do give bites that hurt like
a bee sting.
All spiders carry the risk of bites that
cause allergic reactions along with pain
Spiders may limit certain types of pests,
but they can also bring in new ones.
Scorpions are natural predators of spiders.
If an infestatio