What a Brown Recluse Spider Bite Looks Like

20 Jan 2012


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bertha_2_2 10 year s ago
god damn!!
       
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ptpie 10 year s ago
bad shit
       
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orendadude 10 year s ago
Holy shit!!
       
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Mogwai 10 year s ago
wow damn
       
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mm 10 year s ago
Horror. I live in Finland and biggest spiders here are size of a thumb's nail, thank God. One time I was driving and I saw GIGANTIC spider crossing the road. It was bigger than my hand. I don't know where the hell it was coming, but if you're not accustomed to big spiders, you will freak out. I know I did.
       
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dtown 10 year s ago
wait....it never got better then that? jeez
       
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Troll 10 year s ago
Recluse spiders will fuck you up!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recluse_spider

It's spiders like these that make me question my move from the north country.
       
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JORGE SUAREZ 10 year s ago
AWFUL, BUT WAIT, IS IMPORTANT TO RECOGNIZE TO THE GIRL, NO MATTER THIS UGLY SITUATION, SHE NEVER LET OFF THAT SILLY SMILE
       
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Enter your name 10 year s ago
@mm Brown recluse spiders are actually small. the picture makes them seem bigger than they are.
       
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DarkWolf 10 year s ago
The above comment is correct. They're not that big. The largest I'd seen scurrying about the house was about the size of a half dollar. Most being smaller than a quarter. They are long legged suckers though.

99.5% of the time they leave well enough alone and stay out of peoples ways. Thus the name Recluse.

I remember when we moved into this new place. Every time I'd open a closet door or move something, I'd see 3-4. Now I see one a month tops. Thumbs up for pest control and vacuuming. [they dislike interruptions and will move on. The pest control kills the food, not the spider. They walk high and keep their abdomen off the ground at all times]

There's no treatment for a bite. Just antibiotics, pain killers and a possible dose of steroids depending on the reaction. Got bit on the leg by a small one and there was a hole about the size around as a pencil for 2-3 months and the skin was tender over it for 6-8. Serious reactions are rare and large scale necrotic reactions are rarer.

Ah well.. Enough rambling. Thumbs up to the girl for keeping that smile of hers. That's a heck of a reaction to have to go through.
       
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DarkWolfisaliar 10 year s ago
None of this is true.
       
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DarkWolf 10 year s ago
LOL... Classic.. Have a good life. :)
       
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lobo 10 year s ago
eeuhh, DarkWolf in wich country are you living?
       
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DarkWolf 10 year s ago
USA, far south west side of Kentucky.
       
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Grump 10 year s ago
Is she dies?
       
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Kingro31 10 year s ago
Nasty
       
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gigantes 10 year s ago
girl's unfortunate but at the same time pretty darn lucky she only got bit on the ear. those bites can cause surface ulcers and nasty-looking complications. not at all what you'd want on your cheek or nose, etc...
       
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eipassaa 10 year s ago
How long did she wait before going to a doctor ?
       
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Nezumi 10 year s ago
Camel spiders...now those are scary fornicators of matriarchs.
       
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lolipop 10 year s ago
too bad
       
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BillTheWelder 10 year s ago
Very mild case compared to what I've seen such as amputations of fingers and toes and small to large sections of tissue and muscle. Theres no antivenom for its bite and the effects can last years from mild to severe.
       
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Peanut 10 year s ago
Poor girl!
       
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Cesaritom 10 year s ago
Poor girl she is so pretty!
       
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jane 10 year s ago
this is bull some pics shes bit on the right and others on the left dumb person stick to one side...........
       
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