Woodlouse Spider

 Identification and Control

Proper identification is an important first step in controlling ants.

Dysdera crocata

How to Identify an 

Woodlouse Spider

The woodlouse spider has a reddish head area with cream to gray colored abdomen. Their mouthparts and fangs protrude directly in front of the head, giving a menacing appearance. They also have six eyes.


Where do they come from?

Woodlouse spiders can be found under rocks, bark, trash cans, mulch, plants, wood piles, etc. Prefer moist areas where isopods live.


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What do they look like?

Woodlouse spiders have a reddish colored head and a gray colored abdomen
Woodlouse spiders eat isopods
Woodlouse spiders look menacing because their mouthparts and fangs protrude directly in front of the head

Where do they live?

Nocturnal, meaning they are awake at night

Name:

Dysdera crocata

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