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    • Diana Ayra-Soto

      brown recluse spider bite | Brown Recluse Spider and Bite evidence

    • Janie Qualls

      Brown Recluse Spider, Note long legs and violin design on back.

    • Angi Michaelson

      Brown Recluse Spider. This is what they look like, very large, very poisonous. They like dark places... you just have to be aware not to stick your hand or fingers in those type places is all!

    • Dodo

      Brown recluse spiders - usually between 6–20 mm (¼ in and ¾ in), but may grow larger. Typically, light to medium brown, they range in color from cream-colored to dark brown or blackish gray. The cephalothorax & abdomen may not necessarily be the same color. These spiders usually have markings on the dorsal side of their cephalothorax, with a black line coming from it that looks like a violin with the neck of the violin pointing to the rear of the spider, hence, brown fiddler or violin spider.

    • bruce campbell

      spiders - Google Search

    • Benjamin Smith

      The 10 Most Dangerous Spiders in the World

    • TX Girl in KY

      More spider identification and safety!

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