Brown Recluse Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

Brown Recluse Spider

Size: May grow to have a body about 5/8-inch in length and a leg span of about one and a half inches in diameter.
 
Color: Usually light brown but may be darker in some specimens.

How the Brown Recluse Spider Behaves

Like most spiders, the brown recluse spider does not seek to bite people. The bite is usually accidental. The spider crawls into a shoe, into clothing or into a bed and a person then puts on the clothing or lies on the spider in bed. The spider, being trapped, has only one defense - and that is to bite. 

Unfortunately, the bite of this spider produces a nasty result in people, such as open, ulcerating sores. Left untreated, such bites often become infected and significant tissue necrosis can occur. It is always best to seek medical attention, preferably from a dermatologist, if you think you may have a spider bite. This is especially true in areas where brown recluse spiders are common.
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