Houses for sale in Sydney are selling out every day, with buyers looking for the perfect Victorian house to convert into a new home.
With prices hitting $3 million, there’s a demand for quality Victorian houses in Sydney’s outer suburbs.
But how to fix a house spider that’s a little more difficult to deal with?
The house spider is found in the southern and western suburbs of Sydney, with more than 600 reported sightings so far this year.
Its also found in rural areas in New South Wales, Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, where the number of reported sightings has been much higher.
The house spinner is a species that has been known to attack humans, including pets.
It bites the skin, then inserts a web into the victim’s mouth, which they cannot escape.
The spider also injects venom into the mouth, causing the victim to feel a painful sting.
If the house spiner is caught and removed, it is usually euthanased.
But if the spider has survived and thrives, it will return for more.
So how can you avoid becoming a victim of the house spider in the future?
A lot of people have tried to trap the housespinner and remove it from the home.
But there are ways to avoid becoming the victim of a house spender.
A house spitter is one of the most common types of house spider found in Victoria, but its only known in the Sydney suburb of Burwood.
Its usually found in damp, wet areas, such as gardens, or on a roof or balcony.
When a housespitter is present, its venom can be extremely painful, and the bite can leave the victim with a swollen and painful mouth.
If you are bitten by a house, it may not be obvious what has happened, but it can be difficult to distinguish between the bites, and identify if you have an infected bite.
To make matters worse, it can take weeks for the house to fully heal, meaning it can still be difficult for you to identify what has been infected.
But if you are in a house with a houseSpinner, don’t panic.
If you have any questions about the spider bite, or are unsure whether or not you have been bitten by the houseSpider, or any other type of house spreen, you should call your local hospital or local poison control centre.
For more information on the Australian House Spider, visit www.hospitalsafari.gov.au