Black Widow Spiders

The Black Widow Spider is native to Arizona and poisonous.


Black widow spiders build low to the ground, their webs are messy and asymmetrical.

The webbing is strong and takes a strong tug to dislodge.

Male black widows are smaller and grey in color.

Black widows spiders are easily identified by their black, shiny, color and red marking on their back.

Always take extreme caution when discovering a black widow spider web.

No other spiders found in Arizona or harmful are poisonous.

Arizona Brown Spiders are commonly mistaken for the Brown Recluse spiders found in other parts of the country.


Remove webs, removing spider webs greatly reduces spider activity in and around your home.

This is one of the most efficient and safe methods for keeping spiders away from your home.

Clear debris and stored items from the ground around your home.

Keep stored items in your home or garage elevated.