There are more than 400 species of spiders in Indiana. Out of them, the most dangerous ones are the brown recluse and the southern black widow. The former builds its web in dry regions, while the latter prefers dark, dingy and isolated areas.
Steatoda borealis-Guess what? There's a spider called Steatoda borealis, and it's part of the comb-footed spider family. Some people call it a 'false widow spider' because of how it looks. But it's not the same as the real widow spiders.… Continue Reading >