I've found two baby spiders in my house so far. Where there are baby spiders, there is a massive terrifying spider mom
Considering I live in florida, it's possible it's a huntsman and I really want to get rid of it as fast as possible
I'm deathly afraid of spiders and REALLY don't want one that big in my house, positive aspects of spiders be damned. I just can't handle it.
How can I find the mother so I (meaning my friend) can relocate her?
I used to be afraid of spiders. If I saw one in my room at night, I'd have to sleep somewhere else
But spiders are ok. They want to just have a little corner they can feed from. Once they find it, they'll stay there.
They won't bite you or jump at you as long as you don't disturb it.
>Where there are baby spiders, there is a massive terrifying spider mom
I'm not sure that's the case. I'm not a spider expert but I think most spiders do little in the way of maternal care once the babies are born.
Remember Charlotte's Web? The baby spiders just went their own way.
Not saying you should necessarily use kid's movies as a guide to how life really works but I think most spiders are like that.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
I know this to be true, and my rational mind holds it as true
but my irrational fear is forcing me to live my own personal hell until I find this spider, if it hasn't died. In which case, I now have a couple hundred of its children to deal with.
The logic I was trying to get at is that there had to be a mother spider close by to give birth to the little shits/lay the eggsac, they didn't look older than a couple of days
Trust me as a former arachniphobe. Just ignore them
You'll heart rate will rise, you'll get a cold sweat, you won't be able to stop having them crawling around in the back of your head, but eventually you'll condition yourself to live with them.
But if every time you see one, you have dispatch it. You'll live in fear your entire life.