CLOSED: Could not find the name what it called this spider?

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

I am so freak out of those spider on my bed just before go in and saw spider Yike.

# ID please of this picture please > is this poison?



Last week not sure what it is spider was bit me on my hand on my wrist it burn some and try to find where is at it gone so fast wish to know what spider look like so I am ok.

This message was edited Jul 17, 2006 8:37 AM

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New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Bump up so anyone know what it is this spider please ID thanks!

Hulbert, OK(Zone 7a)

Ewww!

I would take it to the doctor with me and ask what he thought.
I'm afraid I can't identify the spider, but better to check with a doctor
just in case.

Here is a good site to begin with:

http://www.entomology.cornell.edu/SpiderOutreach/FAQ.html

They mention the following:

Are many spiders poisonous to humans?

No! Most are too small to bite through skin, venom not adapted to humans, too little venom, not in same place as humans. All bites have 2 fang marks.

In US, only four groups are poisonous. Black widow, brown recluse, hobo spider, yellow sac spider*.

Ewwwww. I hate spiders!

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Ewwww... Sorry I couldn't help with ID this spider.. Hate spiders!!!

Lilesville, NC(Zone 7b)

Redrose,

OMG I feel you ewwiness and in your bed. I was doing some looking and look at this site, it is the 2nd pic up from the bottom on july 29th, 2004 http://www.spiderzrule.com/recluse.htm

If this is the spider, please consider calling a exterinator out to get rid of them, they are poisonous.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Yike gave me goose bump thank you that what it is oh OMG freak me out so glad to know what that was. thank you again, I appreciate.

Homosassa, FL(Zone 9a)

REDROSE
if its a brown recluse ,spray every thing,
my niese got bit by one on her hand while she was sleeping ,it ate a huge hold in her hand took a long time to heal it up ,please be carefull

Dublin, CA(Zone 9a)

I don't think it's a brown recluse...their legs are longer and skinnier relative to their body than your spider's legs, and I also don't see the distinctive markings that they have on your spider. Doesn't mean that yours isn't still poisonous, but I don't think it's a recluse.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Oh yes will go and buy some to spray everywhere afterwhile. Thank you so I will be careful.
No matter whatever either poison or not still need to be spray on them, I hate Spiders! EEwww it give me itchy and surprised now has spider in my house not have that for long time good to know now do something about it of course outside see many time not inside.

This message was edited Jul 18, 2006 9:01 AM

Homosassa, FL(Zone 9a)

REDROSE


heres another site to see what they do when they bite you

http://www.brown-recluse.com/index.html?google1

Santa Ana, CA(Zone 9b)

I think it is a harmless jumping spider. The spray will probably do you much more harm than the spider will.

~'spin!~

Lilesville, NC(Zone 7b)

thought you would all like to see these pic of a brown recluse bite....***you must have a strong stomach**


http://www.brown-recluse.com/bitephotos.html


Char

Churchill, Victoria, Australia(Zone 10a)

It could possibly be the Slater-eating Spider or Woodlice Spider (Dysdera crocata) http://www.insectimages.org/browse/detail.cfm?imgnum=1252031
http://bugguide.net/node/view/3388/bgimage

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