Increased Sightings Of False Black Widow Spiders
Updated: Aug 14
According to the The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) there has been an increase in the sightings of the False Black Widow Spider. At this time of year there is a increase in the activity of the male False Black Widow Spider as they are looking for a mate. If you spot one in your home or business the advise is not to panic but to contact your local pest control Company. Here at Betapest Midlands we are trained professionals at removing insects safely. The False Black Widow Spider are not thought to be aggressive by nature but they may bite if they feel threatened or under attack.
If a False Black Widow Spider are most likely to be found in conservatories, door or window frames and porches. They are a venomous spider but their bites are comparable to a wasp sting. They are most commonly found between September and November time.