How big are mouse spiders, are they in the UK, where do they live and is their bite venomous?

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MOUSE spiders have a venomous bite and invade British homes in the Autumn. Here’s everything you need to know about mouse spiders and where they are found in the UK. How big are mouse spiders and what are they? At around 1cm long, mouse spiders get their name from the mouse-like hairs growi...

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