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8/27/11 Spider Spider    Having abdominal glands that         produce silk.     Range in size  q Smaller: less than 0.5 millimeters.  q Bigger:  20 centimeter egg-span.
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8/27/11 Spider Why spiders are dangerous? 98-99% of spider bites are harmless The symptoms of their bites can include:  ü     necrotic wounds ü     systemic toxicity ü     death. 
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8/27/11 Spider Most dangerous spiders in the USA: Brown Recluse    (Violin Spider)
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8/27/11 Brown Recluse Brown Recluse:  The recluse spiders also      known as fiddle-back or      violin spiders, are a      venomous genus of spiders      known for their  necrotic bite.
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8/27/11 Distribution in the USA The Brown Recluse inhabit the south and  south-central states from Georgia through  Texas and north to Wisconsin. There's no  brown recluse spider populations in neither  California or Florida. 
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8/27/11 Habitat Dark, undisturbed sites In attics, basements, crawl spaces, cellars, 
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course BCN 4735 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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