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 Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING

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PostSubject: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:34 pm

Toxicity of Spider venom: BANANNA SPIDER

Only really bad if you are allergic.

The venom of the golden silk orb-weaver is potent but not lethal to humans. It has a neurotoxic effect similar to that of the black widow spider; however, its venom is not nearly as powerful. The bite causes local pain, redness, and blisters that normally disappear within a 24-hour interval.

In rare cases, it might trigger allergic reactions and result in respiratory troubles (in asthmatics) or fast-acting involuntary muscle cramps.

As the genus possesses relatively strong chelicera, the bite could leave a scar on hard tissue (such as fingers)

.... Beware of these spiders , even though they are not likelly to bite... pre check the field for webs to avoid running through them!

please do not harm these beautiful spiders, they are doing a fine job killing other pests- use a large stick if you must move them away and clear there huge web!



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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:48 am

their is a way to get riud of the posion if u do it fast unfortunatly its extremley painfull u have to press a hot coal on, it works but it hurts like hell
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 2:13 pm

MAG wrote:
their is a way to get riud of the posion if u do it fast unfortunatly its extremley painfull u have to press a hot coal on, it works but it hurts like hell

whats the point of that? your just going to cause more pain and damage then the actual bite and venom would do. I've been bit by quite a number of spiders and I can tell you it does hurt but as long as its not a brown recluse, it would just really be pain. But if your allergic, thats a whole different story
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:34 pm

??? What the... where in the hell are you going to find hot coal fast enough in the middle of a game?
really, how about I just use a chainsaw and cut off the limb? That should work just as good to get rid of the poison.
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:39 pm

where are you going to get the chainsaw??
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:40 pm

Randy wrote:
where are you going to get the chainsaw??

He always carries one in his pocket lol! lol! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:44 pm

SandDragon wrote:
Toxicity of Spider venom: BANANNA SPIDER

Only really bad if you are allergic.

The venom of the golden silk orb-weaver is potent but not lethal to humans. It has a neurotoxic effect similar to that of the black widow spider; however, its venom is not nearly as powerful. The bite causes local pain, redness, and blisters that normally disappear within a 24-hour interval.

In rare cases, it might trigger allergic reactions and result in respiratory troubles (in asthmatics) or fast-acting involuntary muscle cramps.

As the genus possesses relatively strong chelicera, the bite could leave a scar on hard tissue (such as fingers)

.... Beware of these spiders , even though they are not likelly to bite... pre check the field for webs to avoid running through them!

please do not harm these beautiful spiders, they are doing a fine job killing other pests- use a large stick if you must move them away and clear there huge web!


there lots of those in the park next my house they dont bite u if u dont touch there webs there active at nite
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:45 pm

I have one in my truck next to the shovel. How else do you get rid of the bodies?
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:47 pm

Mirko wrote:
I have one in my truck next to the shovel. How else do you get rid of the bodies?

Burn it Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:51 pm

gonzalo wrote:
SandDragon wrote:
Toxicity of Spider venom: BANANNA SPIDER

Only really bad if you are allergic.

The venom of the golden silk orb-weaver is potent but not lethal to humans. It has a neurotoxic effect similar to that of the black widow spider; however, its venom is not nearly as powerful. The bite causes local pain, redness, and blisters that normally disappear within a 24-hour interval.

In rare cases, it might trigger allergic reactions and result in respiratory troubles (in asthmatics) or fast-acting involuntary muscle cramps.

As the genus possesses relatively strong chelicera, the bite could leave a scar on hard tissue (such as fingers)

.... Beware of these spiders , even though they are not likelly to bite... pre check the field for webs to avoid running through them!

please do not harm these beautiful spiders, they are doing a fine job killing other pests- use a large stick if you must move them away and clear there huge web!


there lots of those in the park next my house they dont bite u if u dont touch there webs there active at nite

I want to Catch one, put it in a Jar, and release it in my home Garden and hope the beautiful beast creates a web there!
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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Mon Nov 01, 2010 2:52 pm

This Halloween weekend while taking out the trash I spotted a really nasty looking spider and so killed it and later identified its squashed body.. just giving you a heads up here so keep an eye out for one of these critters!

Brown Recluse Spider


There are actually several species "recluse" spiders. The one that is found most commonly in the eastern United States is Loxosceles reclusa. The adults are about 1/4-1/2 inch in length. Most people rely on seeing the familiar dark violin or fiddle-shaped mark on the top of the cephalothorax (see picture). The "neck" of the fiddle points toward the rear of the body. However, there are several species of brown-colored spiders that have markings that can easily be confused. The key characteristics of the recluse is the arrangement of its six eyes into three pairs. Brown recluse spiders are nocturnal in their feeding habits. Outdoors, they are most common under rocks, debris, wood piles, etc. Indoors, common hiding places are bathrooms, attics, cellars and storage areas. Problems most often occur when people are accidentally bitten by a recluse hiding in stored clothing, inside shoes/boots or cardboard cartons. The hands, underarms, lower abdomen and the ankles are the areas of the body most likely to be bitten.




brown recluse spider


Although brown recluse spiders can be found in North Carolina, they are simply not very common. There are several spiders that closely resemble the brown recluse. Misidentification can cause unnecessary fear and anxiety. CLICK HERE to view an article by Dr.Rick Vetter (U-Calif. Riverside) about recluse misidentification. Also, "identification" of brown recluse spider "infestations" is often based on what appears to be a bite. While recluse bites are somewhat characteristic (see information below), other diseases caused by a variety of pathogens, particularly bacteria such as MRSA, may create wounds that look like a brown recluse bite. Whether it is a brown recluse bite or another organism, always seek prompt medical assistance.

A brown recluse bite may go unnoticed for 3-8 hours, before the bite area reddens, swells and becomes tender. Blistering of the wound will start to appear. In some instances, a bite victim may become feverish and feel nauseous. A necrotic lesion (i.e., an area of dead skin tissue) may develop and require surgery. Although an antidote has been developed, it is not widely available and it appears to be most effective before the lesion develops. In some cases, antibiotics and the drug Dapsone may be used successfully to treat the bites without surgery, but these decisions are made after careful diagnosis by a doctor. Prompt medical attention is critical to successful chemical or surgical treatment of the bite.

look for the violin design on top of the spider..see indicated picture with arrow.



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PostSubject: Re: Toxicity of Spider venom: South Florida SPIDER WARNING   Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:47 pm

That is fucking ugly.
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