We didn't get below freezing here last year, and its still very hot - I don't know if the spiders will be dead by December.
the only Sarrs growing that far south is S. minor, and their distribution on the west side of the state is patchy. They are much more common on the eastern seaboard.
There's some pretty countryside just south of Brooksville. Doesn't look like typical Florida. Nice rolling hills and lots of oak.
Gotta back-up statement by JLAP. You ain't seen nuthin' till you've seen a field of flavas or leucos. Your heart will skip a beat...several times!