Most Dangerous Spiders

Previously published a post about frogs poisonous of the world, no doubt, many did not know. Now is the turn of these peculiar arachnids that unlike of frogs, because they inspire fear if seeing them. Of the most famous and most dangerous, are the following.

Brazilian Wandering Spider
Is a large brown spider similar to North American Wolf Spiders, but bigger and possessing a more toxic venom. It has the most neurologically active venom of all spiders, and is regarded as the most dangerous spider in the world.
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The Red Legged Widow
Is a rare spider, which is a member of the Black Widow family and highly venomous. According to all literature, this spider is indigenous to south and central Florida.
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The Wolf Spider
Is a member of the Lycosidae family, and there are around 125 species found in the U.S., and about 50 species found in Europe. A full grown Wolf Spider is typically a half an inch to two inches in length.
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The Brown Recluse Spider
Also known as “violin spiders,” “fiddlers,” or “fiddlebacks,” from the dark violin-shaped marking on the head, are slow-moving, retiring spiders that wander about in dim areas.
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The Brown Widow Spider
The Brown Widow spider, like its cousins the Black Widow, Red Back Spider, and Katipo are spiders that carry a neurotoxic venom which can cause a set of symptoms known as Latrodectism.
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The Black Widow Spider
Black widows are notorious spiders identified by the colored, hourglass-shaped mark on their abdomens. Several species answer to the name, and they are found in temperate regions around the world.
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The Six-Eyed Sand Spider
Is a medium-sized spider with body measuring 1 to 2 inches and legs spanning up to 4 inches. It is found in deserts and other sandy places in southern Africa with close relatives found in both Africa and in South America.
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