BED SPIDERS

Asked November 10, 2017, 3:48 PM EST

ARE U FAMILIAR WITH VERY,VERY SMALL SPIDERS THAT WOULD COME INTO THE BED IN NUMBERS AND THEY DO BITE ?
I DO HAVE A HONEYLOCUST TREE OUTSIDE MY WINDOW ,BUT CAN NOT SAY THERE IS ANY CONNECTION.
HOWEVER,I DO HAVE OTHER "MAJOR" SPIDER PROBLEMS. THEY BIGGER KIND THAT BITE.
NO IMAGE AVAIABLE
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Arapahoe County Colorado

1 Response

"very small spiders" could be spider mites. Honeylocust trees often have some spider mites on the leaves, especially in hot, dry locations. But spider mites are plant pests that would not "bite" people or pets.

You may bring a sample of the unknown spider/insect to us at 6934 S Lima St, Centennial 80112. weekdays 8am-430pm 303-730-1920

Please bring sample in a suitable container. There is a fee of $9 per sample, discounted to $6 for Arapahoe County residents.

Here's some CSU Extension info on the most common spiders found in Colorado homes:

http://extension.colostate.edu/topic-areas/insects/spiders-in-the-home-5-512/

http://extension.colostate.edu/topic-areas/insects/brown-recluse-spiders-in-colorado-recognition-and...