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If you are still infested try spraying some bug spray around the entrances and openings to your property. They might be a nuisance in your home, but try not to kill them. Daddy long legs are actually considered a beneficial predator as they eat a variety of smaller insects as well as gobbling up faeces and carcasses.
If you find a daddy long-legs indoors, try to catch it gently using your hand or a glass and release it outside to continue its work cleaning up the environment. Aside from their long spindly legs, there are actually very few similarities between craneflies and spiders.
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However, while from a distance the creatures appear very similar, that is where the shared characteristics end. Another big difference between the creatures is that harvestmen don't produce silk and so can't create webs. Interestingly, harvestmen also produce a smell when threatened and even weirder still, while spiders reproduce indirectly, harvestmen do in fact have penises. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team?
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