Unfortunately, some people have an influx of spiders in your house before the winter while escaping the cold.
As the temperature drops, spiders can not but crawl in and sometimes save their camp.
As reported by Kent Live, there are more than 650 different types of spiders in the UK – and they all bite.
Fortunately, only 12 of these species have enough poison that can harm a person.
We have compiled a list of 10 of the most common spiders that you will probably find in the coming months, and most of all – if they present you with any danger.
1. Tube Web Spider
As you would expect, this spider has an appropriate name because of the tubular web that it rotates to catch its prey.
They are often found in cracks in buildings that they cover with silk lines while they wait in the entrance.
Originally a species from the Mediterranean region, it can now be found in British cities including Bristol, Cornwall, Gloucester, Dover, Southampton and Sheffield, among others.
This spider bites and the pain is compared to a deep injection where the sensation lasts for several hours. Despite this, the bites do not seem to have any lasting effects.
How big are they? Up to 22 mm
Are they harmful? A little bit – their bite can hurt, but the pain will not last
2. Cardinal spider
The cardinal spider is the largest spider in the UK and grows in some cases to a total length of 14 cm.
Also known as counteraria parietina, it is known as the cardinal spider in Britain because of the legend that cardinal Thomas Woolsey was terrified by this Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton in the 16th century.
Although they are considered mostly harmless to humans, these arachnids get a bad reputation because of their enormous size, incredible speed and their nightly habits.
Bite of these spiders is rare and painless.
How big are they? Heel – 14cm
Are they harmful? No, they look much scarier than they really are
3. Cabinet spider
Closely related to the false black widow, the steatoda grossa is often mistaken for its dark color and similar bulbous belly.
It usually grows to about 10 mm long and the appearance can vary slightly from purple to brown to black.
The female can lay egg sacs at least three times a year, which usually contain between 40 and 100 eggs.
People are known to bite people, but they are usually not aggressive.
Although injuries are minor, symptoms can be blistering and generally feel unwell – which can take a few days.
How big are they? Up to 12 mm
Are they harmful? A bit – they do not bite very often, but when they do it hurts
4. Cash spider
From the largest to the smallest in Britain, money spiders are not longer than 5 mm long, with a wingspan of only 2 mm.
They get their name from an old superstition that if you were stuck in your hair, you would bring happiness and prosperity.
The money spider weaves hang-shaped webs and bites its prey to paralyze it – before it is wrapped up in silk and eaten.
The fangs on this spider are not nearly anywhere close enough to penetrate human skin.
How big are they? Tiny – 2 mm
Are they harmful? no not at all
5. False Widow Spider
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Cited as the most poisonous spider in Britain, the false widow already has a bad reputation.
The species, also known as steatoda nobilis, usually has a total size of 20 mm and is characterized by a dark brown color and a spherical abdomen.
Female false widow spiders are known to have bitten people, although they are usually not aggressive and attacks on humans are rare and no British deaths have been reported.
These seemingly harmless insects will eat your FULL lawn and there is nothing you can do about it.
Symptoms of a bite can range from a numbness to severe swelling and discomfort.
In severe cases, there can be different levels of burning or chest pain, depending on the amount of injected poison.
How big are they? 20mm
Are they harmful? In a word, yes
These eight-legged creatures are small and have a size of only 8 mm.
Recognizable by their distinctive white and black markings, the movement moves in a jerky stop, start & # 39; movement.
These spiders are usually seen from spring to autumn and can be found on external walls, but also indoors where they enter through open doors and windows.
They will flee from people rather than attack them, but they can bite – although the poison is not considered medically threatening.
How big are they? Small – only 8 mm
Are they harmful? No
7. Web spider web
Mostly found on exterior walls and fences, these spiders will retreat in the autumn months to find a partner.
Heavy rainfall can also force these spiders into the house, usually because they have been flooded from their own homes.
They generally grow to a size of about 20 mm and are brown with yellow markings on the abdomen.
Be on your guard when you see one of these spiders, because it is known that they have bitten people in recent years.
Bites are said to be painful, but the symptoms usually consist of localized swelling for about 12 hours.
How big are they? 20mm
Are they harmful? Yes – if they bite, you know
8. Daddy spider with long legs
Unlike the hairy giant house spiders, these scary creepers have small gray bodies and long, thin legs.
Although they can vary in size, pholcus phalangioides (to give them their scientific name) may measure up to 45 mm.
There are urban myths that indicate that the long-legged spider of Papa is the most powerful poison, but that their teeth are not strong enough to penetrate human skin.
Reports on research into this theory suggest that the spiders may bite, but the poison will give only a brief mild burning sensation, or nothing at all.
How big are they? Up to 45 mm
Are they harmful? no not really
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9. Huge house spider
With a size of 120 mm this creature is most common in the autumn months when the males leave their membranes in search of females.
Often the spider is probably found in the bath, they can run extremely fast, but only for a limited time before they have to stop to recover from their exhaustion.
These large spiders form plate-like paths and can be found in garages, barns, attics and cavity walls where they are less easily disturbed.
Huge house spiders possess a powerful poison and can bite, but usually do not pose a threat to humans.
How big are they? Large – 120 mm
Are they harmful? Potential, yes – but they are not aggressive at all
10. Missing sector orb web spider
Also known as Zygiella x-notata, this spider is called because it spins a spherical web with a complete sector missing.
With a size of up to 15 mm, this arachnid is relatively small and is common in the homes and gardens of Great Britain.
The spider, which is not harmful to humans, is distinguished by its pale body and legs, with silver-gray markings on the belly.
Usually seen indoors in the autumn and winter months, this spider prefers heat and is most common in areas around Leicestershire and Rutland.
How big are they? Up to 15 mm
Are they harmful? no not at all