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Spiders Found In Washington State
Daddy Long-Leg Spiders
What Do Daddy Long-Leg Spiders Look Like?
Daddy long-leg spiders, also commonly known as cellar spiders, are grayish-brown in color. Their main body contains banding and chevron marks, but their most distinctive visual feature is their long, spindly legs that hold their abdomen suspended well above the ground. Including their legs, they can be about 2 inches long, but their main body is usually less than 1/2 inch long.
Where Can I Find Daddy Long-Leg Spiders?
Daddy long-legs often make their webs in the corners of walls and ceilings. Outdoors, they make their webs inside large tree holes, under rocks, or in other natural crevices.
How Do Daddy Long-Leg Spiders Behave?
Daddy long-legs eat other spiders and eggs in their nests. They enjoy spending time in humid areas. They are also harmless and pose no threat to humans beyond potential surprises and creepiness.
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