New Spider!

There is a new spider in Southern California; the only problem is its name is not being released yet. This very vague article is none the less important. You can check out the full article below but the important information is that a new spider from Europe has been found in Ventura, Camarillo, Port Hueneme and Moorpark. New insect species generally enter our region via humans and the import of any number of items, especially on board ships. This spider’s name will be revealed later in an article in a professional journal.
PacWest Exterminators is dedicated to staying abreast of any new developments in our area that may affect our customers. We will continue to see if this new species will migrate into our service area and how it will affect our treatment plans. Hopefully, we’ll find out more information about this spider very soon that we can pass on to all of our readers. In all likelihood this new species will have little to no effect on our customers but it is always important to take nothing for granted. We are sure to find out more information about this eventually.
New spider discovered in California

By John Scheibe
Ventura County Star staff
Wed, 03/07/2012 - 4:13pm

VENTURA, Calif. -- Rick Vetter was tracking the movement of the brown widow spider through Ventura County last year when he discovered a spider never before seen in the Western Hemisphere.
"I was pretty shocked about the discovery," Vetter, an entomologist, or insect specialist, at the University of California, Riverside, said recently by telephone.

Read the full article at:
http://www.standard.net/stories/2012/03/07/new-spider-discovered-california