Spider Information , Brown Recluse , Hobo, And Black Widow

Spider Information , Brown Recluse , Hobo, And Black Widow

The Poison Spiders Are At The Top Of The Chart
The Poison Spiders Are At The Top Of The Chart
Did scientists discover a winged spider. If so then it will really run people with arachnophobia crazy.
Did scientists discover a winged spider. If so then it will really run people with arachnophobia crazy.

Does A Winged Spider Exist

We are not really sure yet but we are trying to find out for sure. If the photo of the spider with wings is real then it will drive people with arachnophobia wild with fear. I know for sure I wouldn't want to run into a spider like that flying around my outdoor light at night. No indeed. If I was to ever see one out there I most likely would just never go out at night again. What about you? What do you think?

For those of you who might be wondering the few species of the spider that have been seen have all been seen and photographed near Folly Beach South Carolina which is a barrier island just south of the harbor of Charleston South Carolina. I just hope I don't see one soon.

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Nature Series - Black Widow Spider

Hobo Spider

Poisonous Spiders

There are three very poisonous dangerous spiders in the United States. They are the Brown Recluse Spider, the Black Widow Spider, and the Hobo Spider. There are also some species of spiders in the USA that are not as often seen but they are toxic with a painful bite. They are the Mouse Spider, the Black House Spider and the Wolf Spider.

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But even though these species are not as poisonous or deadly as the most poisonous ones you should still go to the Emergency Room if you are bitten by one. Many people with allergies can have a bad reaction to almost any spider bite. If you can safely catch or kill the spider that delivered the bite to you take it with you to the Emergency Room. Use a jar with a lid to catch a spider to safely transport it to the Emergency Room. But only do this if you can do it safely. Don't risk getting another bite.

Brown Recluse Spider Including Photos Of Damage From Spider Bites

Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse Spider Bite To A Man's Hand
Brown Recluse Spider Bite To A Man's Hand
Brown Recluse Spider Bite To A Mans Ankle
Brown Recluse Spider Bite To A Mans Ankle

Brown Recluse Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

The Brown Recluse Spider is one of the most deadly in the United States. Its bite can be very destructive to human flesh. See the photos above of what a Brown Recluse Spider Bite can do to you.Its venom is highly toxic to human flesh and as you can see in the above photos what a Brown Recluse Spider bite can do.

The Brown Recluse Spider hides in dark places. It can be found hiding in peoples attics where bites can occur. You should also use extreme care around piles of wood which is another favorite hiding place of the spider. You should also know that the Brown Recluse Spider is also known in some areas of the country as the violin or fiddleback spider because of the marking on its back. Keep in mind that the Brown Recluse Spider hides until it is to late and has already given you a toxic bite so use care where they are known to dwell. If you must work with an outdoor wood pile tuck your pants in your boots and wear gloves.

Hobo Spider

Hobo Spider
Hobo Spider

Hobo Spider

The Hobo Spider is found in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and is often confused with the more common house spider that does look similar to the Hobo Spider. The Hobo Spider is a Funnel Web Spider and their nests are easy to identify outdoors. The Hobo Spider constructs the Funnel Shape Web and it waits at the bottom of the funnel for its prey. The spider is aggressive but it will usually avoid humans. Bites by this spider usually occur when the spider is mashed. Shake out shoes and boots before putting them on if you suspect there could be Hobo Spiders in your area. This spiders bite is painful and its venom can cause tissue death at the bite site.

Black Widow Spider

Black Widow Spider. Notice the hourglass shape of the red marking on its body.
Black Widow Spider. Notice the hourglass shape of the red marking on its body.

Black Widow Spider

There are three distinct species of the Black Widow Spider in the United States and all three are poisonous. There is the Southern Black Widow, the Western Black Widow and the Northern Black Widow. And you should know that while these spiders are not large at all their venom is very dangerous to humans.

Hundreds Of People Have Been Killed By Black Widow Spiders

Several hundred people have been killed in the United States since 1950 when records of death by Black Widow Spider Bite started to be kept. This spider should be approached with extreme caution. It is more aggressive than other spiders.

If You Get A Black Widow Spider Bite Seek Medical Attention ASAP.

If you are bitten go straight to the Emergency Room and tell them you suspect it is a Black Widow Spider Bite. If your outdoor area is infected with Black Widow Spiders they are easy to take care of. Spray down all the suspected area with soapy water to get rid of the spiders. Use caution with outdoor Mail Boxes. This spider loves to nest in Mail Boxes.

What Can You Do About Spiders?

First of all use care anywhere that you think there are or may be poisonous spiders. Most spiders like clutter and cardboard boxes. If you have a problem with spiders in your house the first thing you should do is get rid of the cardboard boxes in your house.

Get Rid Of Your Clutter To Get Rid Of Spiders

If you have a lot of things stored under beds or in closet floors put those items somewhere else. If you have a lot of items your not going to be using think about having a yard sale. As I said if you have a lot of clutter you will have spiders. So get rid of the clutter.If you have boxes in a basement or an attic get rid of those boxes. Especially if your having a spider problem in your home. Keep in mind that spiders love boxes and clutter. It gives them a place to hide. And the main thing you want to do is take away all their hiding places.

Wash Your Curtains Every 30 To 60 Days

If you have curtains on your windows take them down and wash them at least every 30-60 days. When your carrying them to the washing machine don't hold them up against you. A lot of people get bit by spiders this way every year. So always be thinking about spider safety.

Don't Let Your Tree Branches Touch Your House

If your house is under trees cut the branches back so they are not touching your home. Cut back any bushes that are touching your home. You don't want any tree branch or bush to be touching your house because this will be giving the spider a quick way to get into your house.

Clean Your Gutters To Keep Away Spiders

Believe it or not but cleaning your gutters is very important if you want to keep spiders away from your house. If you do everything you can to make spiders feel un welcome they will leave.

In Case Of Bad Spider Problems Around Your House

If your having a real bad spider problem around your house remove any old wood, logs, or timbers from around your house. It may be okay for the spiders to be outside but when it gets cold those spiders outside will come inside. So remove as many spider hiding places as you can from your yard.

Wash Your Home Down With A Pressure Washer

You can use a pressure washer and a strong soapy solution to wash down the spiders outside your home. Never let spider webs build up just outside your home or on your outside walls. Again if those spiders are out there when it gets cold they will try to find a way inside your home. The best thing to do is to wash down the outside of your home with a strong soapy solution at the start of summer and in the late fall. If you do this you'll have far fewer spiders in your house.

Study And Do Research To Be Able To Identify Spiders

Look at the pictures of the spiders on this Hub Page and try to get to the point where you can identify spider species. It's important that you get to the point where you can identify poisonous spiders. You are welcome to download and print off the spider chart above so you'll have it to refer to.

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Yes That Is A Female Black Widow Spider Nesting In The Mail Box. Outdoor Mail Boxes Are A Favorite Hiding Place Of Black Widow Spiders.
Yes That Is A Female Black Widow Spider Nesting In The Mail Box. Outdoor Mail Boxes Are A Favorite Hiding Place Of Black Widow Spiders.

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James Gorman 2 years ago

I live in Knoxville. I literally just killed a spider that flew about 12 inches from me. When I went to swat it. Had to drop a magazine on it. And it had 8 legs and small wings. It jumped or flew about a foot in the air and was huge. So really don't care what people say

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crazyhorsesghost 2 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

I hoped it would be a great teaching tool to let people see what the dangerous spiders look like. I'm going to work on the page and add more to it.

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verymary 2 years ago from Chicago area

I've tried to teach my kids not to touch any spider with a bare hand, just in case it's a dangerous type. Not sure if they always follow that advice, but maybe if I show them this article they will!

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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Amy your right. Spiders are an important part of our life. Do you know that every year that spiders eat more bugs than all the weight of all the humans on earth. Now that's a lot of bugs.

Amy 3 years ago

I live in FL and idk if we have Hobo spiders but we def have Widows & Recluse. I have found neither to be aggressive but don't play with them either. I simply remove them carefully to an outside area if I'm able. Spiders are an integral part of the environment.

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Lifefusion 3 years ago from United States

Very informative. I have often found spiders in my mail box, but never a black widow. I see tones of Brown Recluses they like to keep around the bottom of the gutters of our house...behind and below them. I have also found them in cabinets. What a brown recluse venom can do to human flesh is disturbing.

When my wife and I first moved into our home, about 8 years ago, a lady who was walking near our house asked if we could take her to the convinced store a few miles down the road. I said I would give her a ride and she was supposed to be picked up by a friend there. On the way to the store I noticed the was picking at her leg in my car, I looked over and her leg looked like it was rotting. There was a large zombie flesh looking hole in her calf. She said a spider had bitten her a few days before, but she wasn't worried about it. I pleaded with her to let me take her to the hospital. She refused. I never saw her again, but I always wondered if it was a brown recluse bite on her leg.

I am honestly not too afraid of spiders...but cautious of course. I am however uneasy about any kind of bee. I always seem to get stung...bees either don't like me or every bee I come in contact with is made at the world. They seem so aggressive. I really appreciate your Homemade Bee Sting Remedies @ http://hubpages.com/health/Home-Remedies-For-Bee-S... - Thanks for the awesome info CHG

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Kilburnphobia 3 years ago

Spiders are venomous not poisonous. Venomous organisms deliver or inject venom into other organisms, using a specialized apparatus of some kind (usually fangs or a stinger). Poisonous organisms, on the other hand, do not deliver their toxins directly. The entire body, or large parts of it, may contain the poisonous substance. These organisms may be harmful when eaten or touched.

FaZe Temperrr 4 years ago

so my mom saw this huge web outside of our house. so she goes and get this bug spray thing and sprays it. then all of a sudden a huge spider we thought was a leaf opens up. it was about 2 inches long from one end of its foot to the other. she wants to know if its poisonous or not. we live in rockville, maryland. the spider was a medium shade of black and had reddish orange stripes on it arms and body

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crazyhorsesghost 4 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Spiders are starting to move more now because believe it or not they know fall and cooler weather is coming.

Katie 4 years ago

Sadly, my home in Florida is Red & Black Widow central. I don't know where they lie on the venom chart, but I do know they have some type of venom. I hate spiders with a passion, so I can't wait to move out of this house. They don't just hide in corners or boxes for me, they pop up in the middle of the bathroom, back porch, kitchen, etc. in a single night. I have to constantly look up to see if anything is dangling from a web. =( Bleck!

Brent 4 years ago

I just had a Brown Recluse crawl down my leg while standing at the sink! Which is why I am here. I was bit on the wrist when I was very young, and was in the hospital for 5 days. I'm hoping I would have felt this thing bite me. I am itching all over now! Ahhhhhhh! Are they usually painful when they bite? I didn't feel it when I was a kid, which is why I'm asking!

Brad 4 years ago

I live in Maryland. And I had a black widow in my bedroom. Compared to all of the other spiders I've killed it was 100x more aggressive. It would try to attack the my shoe, but my steel toe won the fight. It's easy to tell the difference between widows and non venomous spiders, and I know almost nothing about spiders, that widow was the only spider that tried to attack my foot. Sooo if they try to attack you chances are they are dangerous.

Sandra 5 years ago

I am trying to find pictures of nests - but can't find any ????

Mahendra Singh Dhoni 5 years ago

I don't like spideers at all.

harlee 5 years ago

i hate spiders this made my fobia even worse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Savannah 5 years ago

Hey Everyone..... Where the heck did you all go? I'm here with my pal Maddie.... she may have a few of those disgusting brown recluses in her house... wouldn't be surprised. She says her grandmother died from a tarantula... Oh, and daddy longlegs are actually SPIDERS, not some odd fly... EEEW, and I know a rhyme. Bye!

Savannah 5 years ago

Hi. I live in ky, so I see a lot of big, wolf spiders. I also see this chubby, brown, fuzzy spider.... I see them and it's around the size of a mouse.... I don't know if it's toxic or what but it scares the freaking crap out of me.... do any spider experts know it??? It crawls really fast.... EEW! I sincerely hate(and respect) these nightmarish creatures..... blugh. Anyone write back......

pjmobley 5 years ago

In California, Daddy Long Legs are spiders (they live in webs and vibrate really fast if threatened). Crane Flies are flying insects that look like giant mosquitoes (we've also called them mosquito eaters).

Daddy Long Legs aren't supposed to be venomous - I heard that they can be but their mouths are too small to bite humans. Don't take my word for it though.

Loool 5 years ago

Daddy long legs aren't poisonous at all kid. They're actually called a crane fly. Just a hideous fly really

Oreo 5 years ago

spiders the word gives me goose bumps I live in England so I am pretty safe.Hey, can you tell me if daddy long legs are poisonous

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crazyhorsesghost 5 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

No a tarantula is not poison though it could make people sick with a bite. Especially those with allergies.

hmmm 5 years ago

so a tarantula isn't deadly ok then

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crazyhorsesghost 5 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

It all depends on what it is. Can you find it on the spider id chart at the top of this hub page

christopher tepper 5 years ago

is a black and brown spider deadly

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StephenSMcmillan 5 years ago

Great picture.

LaurahValentine 5 years ago

Ughh!!! I'm from Idaho where every morning i'd wake up to 2 or 3 Hobo's in my shower. I'd have to drown them. I didn't know they were that dangerous.. Seeing them has always just been a way of life. But i recently moved to California and about a week ago i was laying in bed and a Black Widow was crawling across my neck! D: Eww. And to top it off, last night i was also laying in bed and a Brown Recluse was on my arm. Luckily, i've still never been bitten.

fashion 5 years ago

Very informative hub.I also didn't know that the hobo and recoulous spiders were poisonous.I didn`t even know they are even spiders.Very well done

Secret2227 5 years ago

so F*****g scary does anyone know if there are any hobo spiders in michigan?

Sheila Louque 5 years ago

We live in Port Deposit MD and have 2 toddlers. I cannot stress enough how diligent you must be in preventing death or extreme illness to a child or pet (or yourself). We are plagued with black widows and brown recluses. I have found them in the doorway of the shed, on the kids' swingset, crawling across our outside door in broad daylight! (and they're supposed 2 b nocturnal. I don't mess around - I use wasp spray and spray the heck out of everything - soapy water will just drive them to another area (prob closer to your back door!) I have bagged each one I've found after killing (I have hundreds!) In our area it is the northern BW that has 3 red spots on it's back - just as deadly, so don't be fooled looking just for an hourglass. If you see a glossy black spider - you can bet it's a BW - so kill it and search the area that you saw it - they don't travel far. Found them in the corners of a pop-up splash swimming pool as well - and in all our oak tree stumps where there's a hiding hole.

Dez 5 years ago

I have been SOOO freaked out by spiders my whole life But this is very helpful..Nice to know there not all harmful to humans But still.. :)

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Alexis 6 years ago

I agree spiders are gross but it is very interesting about those spiders now I know about the hobo and the recoulous I didn't know the hobo and recoulous spiders were poisonous.I didn't even know they are even spiders.also very creative

emery 6 years ago

this spiders a really bad thay might kill you if you got bit by one thers probely on cure to treat spider bites if you see a spider in your house call pet killer person or contact a person who kills spiders.

Cynthia 6 years ago

I'm extremely terrified of spiders, big, small, tiny, hairy or not, they're all creepy looking and I find nothing 'cute' about any of them. But, this site has been helpful in knowing what not to fear.

Secret... 6 years ago

ewwwww!who like spiders!!

I hate them !!!!!!! Thanks for the informations...

jonathan 6 years ago

i am super terrified of spiders but fascinated at the same time. i like to know which ones i need to be careful around, besides all of them. i live in florida right next to the everglades so... yeah...

cameron Walsh 6 years ago

I HATE SPIDERSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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LoganTheWriter 6 years ago from Alabama

If there was a spider that sprays venom and it hit you, nothing would happen bacause venom has to get into your bloodstream to work. I think there is a kind of spider that spits little bits of web to slow other bugs. Trap door spiders rock!

justin 6 years ago

well i think i seen a Black Widow and a hobo spider living right next to echother but i dont know can i get some help on this

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Lady Guinevere 6 years ago from West By God

Yes they do and I just linked your hub with mine: http://hubpages.com/hub/Keep-Annoying-Bugs-From-Yo...

The spider that bit me was black, small, eyes could look right up at you and it had a white spt on it's upper side. Got one of those? I can't get a picture of the one that I am talking about, because I haven't seen one lately to take a picture of.

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crazyhorsesghost 6 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Thanks everyone for your comments about spiders. Everyone needs to know what poisonous spiders look like.

Teya  6 years ago

Gross i hate spiders now

james 6 years ago

i have had a bad infestation of the brown recluse spiders in my home. i have a huge garage and i know they love it in there. i was recently bit by one and luckily i didn't get the worst of its bite. they can either give you necrosis (shown in the picturees above) or a more treatable type of skin poisoning called cellulitis. it can sometimes be treated at home but you are better off seeeking medical attention immediately. one way to tell the difference is cellulitis makes your skin very hard around the bite and necrosis begins to turn mushy as it is killing the skin and other tissue. i am getting ready to treat my home with a combination of sevin dust and permethrin (which all resaerch has told me this is the most lethal to spiders). i understand what spiders are on this planet for but when they start getting in the home and attacking its time for them to go. i will update when the results are in.

mia 6 years ago

im 13 i live in maryland im am terrified of spiders the exterminator told me that they were regular house spiders but i am not sure i amm so scared i am crying just typing this umm... and they were gone for a while after he left but the y just started coming back they like something about my room because i always find them in there can you help me in some way please

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crazyhorsesghost 6 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Thanks for all the great comments about spiders. They are appreciated. Thanks very much.

Brenda 6 years ago

I personally don't freak out about spiders. I'd like to point out though, that there is a non-venomous spider known as the Wolf Spider, that is actually pretty good to have around your house. The bad news is, it can ver closely resemble a Hobo. I just discovered this tonight and I'm afraid some of the spiders on my back porch that I have been picking up...Might have been Hobo's. So, now, my normally brave and adventurous self, it's kinda creeped out and cowardly. Think's I'll be paying closer attention in the future.

brandi 6 years ago

I hate spiders ... just a few hours ago one was crawling on my face freaked me out ....I never seen a black widow intell I moved here in my house or a hobo n I have both of them always in my house I almost got bit by a widow when I was pregnant ......I'm so afraid of spiders I panic n I cant get close enuff to kill them uless they cause a threat to my kids even some times I just my kids stay out of the where the spider is ....I hate them so much I usually cry when I see them or when they crawl on me ..... I'm afraid one of these spiders r gonna bite my kids n cause serious health problems how do I get the owners of the house that live upstairs from me do something about it

John McMillan 6 years ago

Can you identify a spider I've found making a web every night in my crepe myrtle tree if I send a photo?

Whittnie 6 years ago

Where can they be found at in a home?

We rencently found one in our shower.

nmn89 6 years ago

Omg! that is soo scary I just killed a fat hairy spider you pictured are helpful. ty

justin conley 6 years ago

yeah screw spiders lol yes they kill mosquitoes but they r still not good and if any of yall have a problem with wat i just said tell it to the patch of dead rotten skin sitting on my shoulder (done by a brown recluse) :(

nick  6 years ago

i hate spiders like every one else they should and for people that say they kill mosquitoes well let the non venomous ones kill the moquitos

nancy 6 years ago

wow! i have lived around western washington over 40 yrs. i have the same natural tendencies to fear and freak about spiders but also have more fear of the tons of mosquitoes we get here in the mountain forest where we live.i have been a fairly strong spider supporter for their mosquito killing skills. last night i let a large one stay in my outdoor cabana.it was on ceiling and looked nasty but i didn't want to judge by looks; but after reading this info i am 98%sure it was a hobo.I am also 100% sure i have seen tons of them all my life and never knew they were dangerous.i wish this info was more included im the local school curriculum! im counting my blessings now...thnx so much for the heads up!

gina 6 years ago

ewww spiders are gossssss

lisa 6 years ago

don't like those brown recluse spiders SCARED


aaron  6 years ago

i hate spiders they can keep nature in balance out side!!!!! theres nothing in my house for them to eat they just bite me!! I just found one crawling up my shirt i have no clue what kind it it because it is tiny like a baby but it look alot like a brown recluse. in side im sick of them what do i do to get rid of them in my house forever...%$#%$#% they creep me out i hate them die die die stay out side. i hate bug spray but im going to get sticky traps and spray im gonna kill every thing tomorrow.

james 6 years ago

lol im in scotland it's all safe for me bu i feel sorry for that guy :( and australia has more deadly spiders than america

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crazyhorsesghost 7 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Yes I know everything in Australia is meaner and bigger. lol. But our Black Widow is still quite the deadly spider. As is the Brown Recluse.

Lol 7 years ago

Those aren't real spiders. You should come to Australia!

Kittie Danger 7 years ago

I hope people realize that spiders (like snakes) are "here" to keep nature in balance. Think of all of the bugs that they eat that spread diseases...diseases that can also kill, mosquitoes in particular spread malaria, and west nile virus, and even worse, these things you and your pet can die from, because they also spread heartworms. So, the next time you see a spider, don't be so quick to judge & executioner, they could indeed save your life by eating a 'killer' mosquito. Ya never know. Just something to think about.

huskhsoi 7 years ago

omg there was a hobo spider in my room traped under a glass for 3 days until we figured out wat it was and killed it ughh its creepy then my mom made me feel stupid for bein scared when it's a very dangerous spider ughh i say again

alan 7 years ago

wow so nasty man i feel so sick man it is so any one who touch spider man you die:{ i am sory for that person

alan 7 years ago

man the finger is so nasty i feel sick but i am sorry for tha person

Rachelle 7 years ago

The Hobo spider is native to Idaho. not the recluse

ampo 7 years ago

spiders creep me out aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i feel itch wen i saw them :(

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sarmack 7 years ago from Washington

These articles on spiders are VERY good, crazyhorsesghost! I had a brown recluse spider bite on my foot several years ago in Georgia. The spider was in a pair of shoes I had purchased. When I stepped on a rock, I thought I had broken my little toe, but I had aggrevated the spider! So... it bit me!! Not knowing what had truly occurred, I did nothing for about 2 weeks. I had been eating elephant garlic by the clove for whatever reason, and it kept the venom concentrated in the one area. Keep in mind, that the bite of the brown recluse doesn't stay in one place. It is like the growth of the lilac bush, it goes "underground" and shoots up in other places, working its way to the heart. I had a wonderful wound doctor who took care of me when I finally went to the hospital with heart palpatations. They were from the bite. He helped me to recover and my wound was Healed within 2 months.

He is the only doctor I will Trust with my life, anymore!

God Bless! Keep up the good writings!

treehouseforest 7 years ago

Does anyone know how I find poisonous spiders in Maryland? For some reason there are like seven different spiders hanging out and making webs on my small back porch and it's freaking me out.

-Nerlinks- 7 years ago

wow cool nice info...i like spiders they look so cool to me...i have a spider of my own Cobalt blue... w00t!!!!

spartomic 7 years ago

does anyone know if the brown recluse spider is native to idaho?

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crazyhorsesghost 7 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

There is not a Spider that sprays venom.

Lorenzo 7 years ago

Can any spiders spray venom?

holyshit 7 years ago

ahhh....ewww-thanks for the hobo spider warning i didn't know they were so dangerous....i see them everywhere! i will kill them more often...

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kappa022 7 years ago from Florida

Very cool hub!

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linjingjing 7 years ago

Very creative


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