Arizona Bug Company
Pest Control in Sedona and the Verde Valley, Prescott and Prescott Valley



1146 S 10th St, Cottonwood, Arizona 86326

928 649-5775 - Sedona and the Verde Valley

928 778-0005 - Prescott and Prescott Valley


12
Sep
Desert Blonde Tarantula

Desert Blonde Tarantula

The Arizona Desert Blonde Tarantula is probably one of the most misunderstood spiders out there. They get a bad rap just because of their sheer size. They become very active in the summer months when the males start looking for mates. If you ever see about a quarter-sized opening in the ground with silk for a door, you’re probably looking at the home of a Desert Blonde Tarantula. Although these spiders have large fangs that they can bite with, they seldom do. Generally their first line of defense if harassed is to brush small irritating hairs off from their abdomen with their rear legs. These hairs will cause a itchy sensation if you come in contact with them. After a good monsoon rain you can often find these spiders walking on the road surface.

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Category : Bugs