Spiders (Order Aranai) are ancient animals that come back millions of years with history. They are the biggest orders of Arhekhanad, who have more than 45,000 species all over the world. Most spider species are still waiting for identification. Spiders are abundant in Ontario

All spiders mostly feed on predators and insects, although some larger species prey on animals of small spine animals. Spiders can play an important role in the environment by helping to check the population of insects.

Spiders are easily identified with four pairs of eight-footed legs and 2 body areas (caflothorax and stomach). The caflothorax and stomach are different from a visible waist or pedicel, the cover is covered like a shield above the cephalothorax which is called the carpus. Spiders do not have antenna or feathers

Most species have 8 simple eyes, although some are few in number and none of the species has any. Often, the number and arrangement of eyes in identities is important.

Most spiders keep their eggs in silk egg bags, which are kept in the web, are attached to the leaves or twigs, or to the egg rats around the spider.

All spiders do not spin nets; Some people live in Bilo, which they keep a line with silk, while others do not have any return. All the young spiders and some adult men leave long silk varieties, which they use as parachutes to ride the air in other areas. This process is called bullooning

For the most part, the spiders are harmful to humans. Some spiders cut people, and most poison is harmless. However, the cutting of black widow and brown dishes can be quite dangerous.

Different tpyes of Spiders are found in Ontario :

  • Black Widow
  • Brown Recluse
  • Cellar Spider
  • Cobweb Spider
  • Dock Spider
  • House Spider
  • Jumping Spider
  • Wolf Spider
  • Yellow Sac Spider