A Guide to the Brown Recluse Spider

October 22, 2013 | By

Here is a helpful guide from Bulwark Exterminating to the Brown Recluse including how the spider bites, where they can be found and what they look like. The Brown Recluse, also known as the violin spider, is a poisonous creature whose bite can cause children and adults to become ill. It is an unusual spider because it has only six eyes (most spiders have eight) and wears a violin-shaped marking on its back.

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A Guide to the Brown Recluse Spider


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