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European House Spider

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Agelenids are mediumsized spiders found worldwide, mostly in the northern hemisphere. In Australia only one species is known: the introduced Tegenaria domestica, which in Australia is a large but uncommon house spider. Australia has no native Agelenids. In Europe it is one of the more small spiders can also be found in the better known families, so these are often also rare or remote. Some are fairly large, like psechrids, but are found in barely explored far northern parts. All are "uwwru' Tggfl'lfll'ia domestifa House spider \/ Wolf spiders \/ Daddylonglegs \/ Garden spider f The European house _ The free—ranging wolf spiders Another spider you're The garden spider is spider (Yiegenarz'a domestica), which

make.the best spider pets. To likely to find at home common across the world is common across Europe and keep these you need to add a is the daddylonglegs and catches prey in that North America, is easy to keep and little dirt or potting soil to  Froghopper 52 Common Harvestman 116 Common Housefly 76 Common Newt 119 Common Orbweaver 96 Common Pheasant 132 Common Pond Skater 50 Common Shrew 178 Common Toad 122 Common Wall Lizard 127 Common Wasp 81 Common Woodlouse 30 Crested Newt 120 Cyclops 39 Daddylonglegs Spider 115 Devil's Coach Horse 86 Downy Jumper 106 Dunnock 141 Edible Dormouse 168 Edible Frog 123 Eurasian Badger 184 European Adder 130 European Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles

available.from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Female house spiders are often seen tending their egg sacs, ovoid papery balls of a beige color stored in corners and other outoftheway places. The males, whose legs are orange, and females, whose legs are yellow, are often found in the same web, where they may mate repeatedly, although such associations are due more to chance than to actual pairbonding. In Europe and Asia originated various species of spiders of the genus Tegenaria, the European house spiders, whose The common house spider spins a tangled web, which consists of a jumble of threads. Other house spiders belong to a group that weaves funnelshaped webs. These webs narrow into a funnel at one end, where the spider

spends.most of its time. Funnel weaver house spiders once lived only in Europe, but they are now common in North America. They have a spotted brown and gray coloring. One example, the European house spider, usually lives in damp places. Other funnel When Tegenaria agrestis (hobo spider) was imported to North America from Europe, this funnel web spider found few major competitors and became common in human dwellings in the northwestern US (see Fig. 85.15), usually in basement webs at soil level in contact with concrete or stone. In Europe, the hobo spider has a largely rural habitat while the less aggressive T. gigantea (also known as T. duellica; giant house spider) and T. domestica (domestic house spider) are more hairy maggot

blow.fly (Chrysomya rujifacies) 153 hairy rove beetle (Creophilus maxillosus) 12; hairy spider beetle (Ptinus uilliger) 118 hammock spider (Piryohyphantes phrygianus) 412 hardwood anobiid (Ptilirtus pecrinicornis) 70 harlequin 392, 393; allergens 392; development 392; distribution indoors 392; habitats 392; American house dust mite 392; European house dust mite 392; house mite 393; see also Euroglyphus in Family, genus, species index house fly (Musca The most common house dust mites are the American house dust mite, Dermatophagoides farinae (Acaridida: Anal goidea: Pyroglyphidae) the European house dust mite, D. pteronyssinus and Euroglyphus maynei (Acaridida: Analgoidea: Pyroglyphidae). The European house dust mite and Euroglyphus

maynei. The most important pests are found in the Tetranychidae or spider mites and the Tenuipalpidae or false spider mites. Many of these are important pests of agricultural crops 

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