The state of Maine has hundreds of spider species though the exact number is unknown. According to a study conducted in 2007, spider experts Daniel T. Jennings and Frank Graham Jr., collected more than 300 spider species from Maine’s coastal town, Milbridge. Of all the spiders inhabiting this state, none of them are dangerous or deadly.
Common spiders: Black and Yellow Garden (Argiope aurantia), Banded Garden (Argiope trifasciata), Dark Fishing (Dolomedes tenebrosus)
Largest spiders: Giant Lichen Orb-weaver (Araneus bicentenarius), members of the Wolf family (Lycosidae)
The state of Maine has no poisonous or deadly spiders.