The world is crawling with spiders.
According to the American Museum of Natural History, there are over 3.8 billion species of spiders in the world.
But how do they get their names?
A lot of the names come from the common nouns that are used to describe a certain type of spider: house, spider, spider’s web, and so on.
Here are a few other common names for the spider genus.
House spider The house spider is a large spider that lives in a building, such as a home, garage, or attic.
House spiders have long, narrow legs that are often shaped like a crab’s head.
They are also called house spiders because of their web-like appearance.
They can reach lengths of more than 20 feet (6 meters) and can weigh up to 300 pounds (140 kilograms).
Some house spiders are venomous, and if bitten, they can cause serious symptoms including swelling of the mouth and throat, difficulty breathing, and a loss of appetite.
A house spider’s venom is considered to be mild compared to other spiders’ and can cause only minor symptoms.
House scorpion A scorpion (also known as the scorpion moth) is a smaller spider that dwells in tunnels, or caverns, under houses, barns, or buildings.
These spiders can reach an estimated length of up to 50 feet (15 meters) with a wingspan of up 25 feet (7 meters).
Some scorpions can be dangerous to people, because they may bite or sting people.
A scorpions bite causes the skin around the mouth, nose, and eyes to blister and cause swelling.
A person can recover from a scorpion bite but will not feel well for weeks or months.
House sparrow House sprawls are a type of house spider that live in caves or under homes.
They have web-shaped legs, and they are known to be more venomous than other house spiders.
House stingers are similar to house sparrows, but their venom is less lethal.
House vine house spiders can be found in homes and other structures.
They often are found in buildings and are known for biting people, injuring people, and even killing people.
House mouse The house mouse is a type that lives indoors.
They live in burrows or under houses or under other things.
They will often come into contact with human beings and will sometimes bite them.
If you see a mouse coming in your house, be sure to call the police and report it to the nearest police station.
House snail House snails live underground and have weblike legs.
They usually crawl in and out of the mud, and can reach heights of 20 feet or more.
House snail venom is not as lethal as house spiders’ venom.
If bitten, people recover quickly from a house snail bite.
House snake The house snake is a subspecies of house spanish spider that can be spotted in Mexico and Central America.
The house spaniel is an aggressive, territorial, and venomous house spider.
They feed on people, dogs, cats, and other animals, but they can be particularly dangerous to pets.
House silkworm The house silkworm is a species of house snake that feeds on house plants, especially on cucumbers, potatoes, and tomatoes.
The silkworm’s venom kills human and domestic animals.
House widow spider House widow spiders live underground in caves, but often will come into the open to feed on humans and other creatures.
They may have webbed legs and be found inside homes.
In addition to their venomous bite, house widow spiders are very aggressive.
They tear people’s skin and clothing, and often cause a person’s eyes to become swollen and cause severe bleeding.
The venom from a domestic or domestic pet house widow spider may cause severe symptoms in humans, but these symptoms usually go away on their own.
House-made venom Some people are allergic to the house-made type of venom.
This is because the house spider, which lives underground, uses a natural product called glycosaminoglycans (GAGs).
When someone is bitten by a house spider they may experience a mild allergic reaction.
This allergic reaction usually goes away on its own.
If this allergic reaction causes severe symptoms, contact a doctor and get tested.
House Web We can find many house spiders in our homes.
A lot are actually house spiders, which means they live underground.
In most cases, house spiders live in small, irregularly shaped tunnels that can reach a length of more that 20 feet.
House webs are usually made of plastic, wood, or metal, with a small opening to allow passage of prey.
When a spider is near a human, the spider can bite them, but if the spider is nearby, the bite is usually harmless.
House webbing is often attached to clothing, toys, or other things that can fall into a person and cause a reaction.
When someone has a severe allergic reaction to a house webbing, contact an allergist.