Brown Recluse Most Dangerous Spider

March 15, 2012 by staff 

Brown Recluse Most Dangerous Spider, The brown recluse spider, also known as violin spider or Loxosceles recluse, is a spider with venomous bite and is more dangerous than the black widow. The brown recluse spider is rarely aggressive and the bites from these species are uncommon. This spider usually bites only when they are pressed against the skin, such as when they get entangled with clothes, towels or inside gloves.

The brown reclusive spider lives in dark corner, under the furniture, books and boxes. This spider can survive without food or water for six months.

The spider bears potentially deadly hemotoxic venom and their bites can cause necrosis, which means that the soft tissue surrounding the attack site gets destroyed and leaves its victims with deep scars.

These bites may take months to heal and can be painful and itchy. The danger of the bite also depends on where the bite occurred. The bite is most dangerous when it is near an important body part such as head, above a vital organ or near a joint.

The symptoms of the attack include nausea, vomiting, fever, and muscle and joint pain. The bites will rarely result in organ damage and even death, especially in children and elderly individuals or those with a weak immune system.

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