Pseudoscorpion May Look Creepy AF, But They Are Actually Quite Beneficial To Humans!

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Pseudoscorpion facts

Pseudoscorpions are tiny arachnids, 2 to 8 millimeters in length, with four pairs of legs and one pair of relatively large pincer like claws.

Pseudoscorpions, are secretive in nature and rather small, therefore, most humans don’t even recognize them. Frequently, homeowners discover pseudoscorpions in bathroom sinks and tubs, and many believe they are either ticks or small spiders.

Pseudoscorpions are not dangerous, in fact they eat many small arthropods, including caterpillars, flies, ants, beetle larvae, and booklice.

If you find a Pseudoscorpion in your home, don’t worry! You can bet he and his friends are doing a thorough sweep of your home and getting rid of other nasty, tiny creatures!