They have already been collected and the site underwent disinsectization.
The Gifu prefectural government announced on Wednesday (11) that it had found 3 potentially dangerous spiders, of the species Latrodectus hassseltii, called セアカゴケグモ (read seakagokegumo).
There were 3 adults and several eggs, which were near the tennis court enclosure in the area of the Kakamigahara Purification Center, located in Maedo Nishimachi.
They were collected and exterminated and there is no report of human damage as of the date of the information.
An employee of the company that manages this agency found these spiders when passing by the site, the day before (10).
They were taken to the laboratory of the Regional Environment Secretariat in Gifu for analysis. The result pointed out to be this species of spider, native to Australia.
A government agency de-bugged the place and installed a sign to draw attention.
Source: Gifu Shimbun