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Spider Identification Chart - Venomous or Dangerous?

Spider Identification Chart - Venomous or Dangerous?

Venom toxicity - the bite of the St Andrews Cross is of low risk (non-toxic) to humans. They are a non-aggressive group of spiders. Spider Identification - adult 1/4" to 1/2" in body length - abdomen striped yellow and brown - as illustrated. The St Andrews Cross Spider usually sits, upside down, in the middle of its web forming a cross - as illustrated. Habitat - this spider is a web-weaver usually found in summer in garden areas around the home. It is considered beneficial as it spins a…

Venom toxicity - the bite of the St Andrews Cross is of low risk (non-toxic) to humans. They are a non-aggressive group of spiders. Spider Identification - adult 1/4" to 1/2" in body length - abdomen striped yellow and brown - as illustrated. The St Andrews Cross Spider usually sits, upside down, in the middle of its web forming a cross - as illustrated. Habitat - this spider is a web-weaver usually found in summer in garden areas around the home. It is considered beneficial as it spins a…

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HOBO; they are brown in color and the adults measure roughly 1/3 to 2/3 inch in body length and 2/3 to 2 inches in leg span. Their abdomens have several chevron shaped markings. Males are distinctively different from females in that they have two large mouth parts that look like boxing gloves. Females tend to have a larger and rounder abdomen  to males.  NOT POISONOUS BUT..bit turns into blister, then ruptures, oozing ulceration, could get infected.  they DO NOT climb vertical surface. :)

HOBO; they are brown in color and the adults measure roughly 1/3 to 2/3 inch in body length and 2/3 to 2 inches in leg span. Their abdomens have several chevron shaped markings. Males are distinctively different from females in that they have two large mouth parts that look like boxing gloves. Females tend to have a larger and rounder abdomen to males. NOT POISONOUS BUT..bit turns into blister, then ruptures, oozing ulceration, could get infected. they DO NOT climb vertical surface. :)

Grass Spider. Venom toxicity - the bite of these spiders is of low risk to humans. Are common outdoors and are found occasionally indoors. They are generally brownish or grayish with light and dark stripes near the head.They are found around steps, window wells, foundations,low shrubs and tall grass. These spiders are commonly mistaken for wolf spiders.

Grass Spider. Venom toxicity - the bite of these spiders is of low risk to humans. Are common outdoors and are found occasionally indoors. They are generally brownish or grayish with light and dark stripes near the head.They are found around steps, window wells, foundations,low shrubs and tall grass. These spiders are commonly mistaken for wolf spiders.

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