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    Anybody know what kind of spider this is? Found it in the laundry room. I could catch snakes all day long. But I really and I mean REALLY hate spiders!!!!! In the summer I spray every month and a half or 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwalton84 View Post
    Anybody know what kind of spider this is? Found it in the laundry room. I catch snakes all day long. But I really and I mean REALLY hate spiders!!!!! In the summer I spray every month and a half or 2.
    X2, If I saw it here the pictures would have been of a dead spider.
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    Trust me these pictures were of his final moments!
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    Can't tell by the pics if that's a Brown Recluse. Anytime I have to work under a building my mind starts picturing poisonous spiders. Have come across too many female Black Widow spiders.



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    Quote Originally Posted by green and red man View Post
    Can't tell by the pics if that's a Brown Recluse. Anytime I have to work under a building my mind starts picturing poisonous spiders. Have come across too many female Black Widow spiders.
    It really looks like the Brown Recluse (Fiddleback). We have a lot of them here, not uncommon at all.
    Have wings, will travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    It really looks like the Brown Recluse (Fiddleback). We have a lot of them here, not uncommon at all.
    One website I visited had this info "you can know for sure by counting its eyes. If it has six eyes then yes it's a brown recluse."



    Count the eyes?

    yeah right! um, splat.
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    Looks too big to be a Brown Recluse. Also, usually the BR is under wood piles, leaf piles, etc., not out in the open. I'd say it is harmless, although it might make some of you hurt yourselves!
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    Spiders out in nature fine, unseen spiders in my house ok, showing one's self to the rest of the family equals splat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Looks too big to be a Brown Recluse. Also, usually the BR is under wood piles, leaf piles, etc., not out in the open. I'd say it is harmless, although it might make some of you hurt yourselves!
    And you're from Texas? Where the have bedbugs as big a box turtles? The Fiddleback gets pretty big...at least I've seen some that are pretty good size.
    Have wings, will travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    It really looks like the Brown Recluse (Fiddleback). We have a lot of them here, not uncommon at all.
    Yip, once knew a guy who tried to stomp on one in his house. He didn't know till much later that it had gone up his pant leg and bit him in the upper thigh. Put off going to the doc and almost lost the leg.

    There is a doctor who did research on venomous bites. Documented how a low voltage stun gun applied to the area neutralized the poison. Pretty cool.



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