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Spider Awareness

Spiders
Facts and myths about your favorite
roommate: spiderbro.
Some Facts
Spiders are not poisonous (harmful to eat, breathe,
or touch).
However, every spider is venomous (injects venom
through bite or sting), as this is how they break
down their food. Less than IX of spider species are
dangerous to humans.
Pet spiders have the ability to recognize their
owners.
Baby spiders are called spiderlings.
Spiders that live inside houses are often a different
species from spiders that live outside. Many indoor
species cannot survive outdoors. .',
Common Myth
The has the most potent venom
of all spiders, but its fangs can' t pierce human skin.
False
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There are three species that can be termed Daddy-
and none of these species are remotely
dangerous. Only one of these species is a spider.
The Harvestman
A harmless arachnid related to spiders.
The harvestman is not venomous at all. It does not
spin webs or have silk glands. There are no venom
glands in their chelicerae (fangs). Instead, the
chelicerae are use more like grasping claws. Its
only defense is excreting a fluid.
True spiders, but harmless to humans.
Cellar spiders are , but they are
virtually harmless. They are true spiders, known
for building cobwebs in high corners of showers
or cellars). Like all spiders, cellar spiders are
venomous, but their bite causes little more than
a mild, burning sensation
These are harmless insects.
mosquito hawk in some areas. Despite the
name, they do not eat mosquitos or bite
humans. They feed on nectar if they feed at all.
In their adult stage, they live only to mate, then
dis.
More
Disconcert
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Myth: Humans swallow on average 2 spiders a year.
FALSE
In 1993, Lisa Holst of PC Professional wrote about the absurd
things people will believe from their . She sent a
Joke email containing a list of ridiculous facts as an example.
ironically, the circulation this madeout tact actually spurred
this popular belief.
Myth: Spiders often bits people in the night.
FALSE
The conspicuous, Itchy bites left an a person' s skin in the
morning are most often caused by parasitic
bedbugs. These Insects actually come to you when you' re
sleeping ON PURPOSE so they can drink your delicious blood.
Spiders have no reason to be in your bed at night, though one
or two may wander In during breeding season. E, -' i
Know what eats bedbugs? Spiders.
Myth: Camel spiders are giant, highly venomous.
and are known for chasing and screaming at ursus-
pecking people.
FALSE
Again, these animals are not true spiders, but arachnids
related to scorpions. They are not venomous, and compared
with scorpions from the same habitat, they are relatively small.
Camel spiders don' t scream, as It has been claimed, but some
members of the species produce rattling sounds with their
chelicerae. Being desert animals, they often move to find
shade. Even if that shadow happens to be yours.
Myth: I don' t have bugs in my house. All I ever see
are spiders.
FALSE
What do you think those spiders are eating? Parasitic and
insects have evolved to avoid human notice. Spiders
are usually more conspicuous because they make no special
effort to hide themselves from humans. They' re only designed
to hide from their prey, which usually has poor vision.
Recluses and Hobos
are still bad news-
Recluse and hobo spider venom can cause
localized necrosis (tissue death) in the area the
bite was received. In worst case scenarios,
without treatment, people have been known to
lose limbs to recluse bites.
Here is a map of where they live in the US:
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Spider' Facts!
It you' re stall reading this, consider yourself
informed! Next time you kill a spider, you know a
lot more about that gross puddle of goo at the
bottom of your shoe.
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humans are scary.
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#7 - stegosaurusrah (05/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
i google image'd camel spiders and i found this.
I am not disappoint
#1 - teludabomb ONLINE (05/15/2014) [-]
#69 - kneehumper (05/15/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I almost stepped on this ****** while going to bed last week, needless to say I slept outside that night
#72 to #69 - drieshy (05/15/2014) [-]
Because there are less spiders outside?
#12 - mattdoggy (05/15/2014) [+] (17 replies)
>be at edge of map on brown recluse range in florida
>be at home one night just sitting on the couch half awake and watching TV
>feel something tickle on my arm and assume it's just my imagination again
>feel it on my neck
>nope, not gonna move out of my warm blanket
>feel it on my ear
>it's trying to get in my ear
>there are not words to explain the level of panic i endured and the rate at which i liberated myself from the couch trying to get away
>i slapped myself so much and so hard i had bruises for days
>when i got to my feet i saw dead on the floor a brown recluse as large as the palm of my hand twitching
>i moved out of the house for two weeks while i bug bombed the hell out of everything
#9 - skinstiches (05/15/2014) [+] (58 replies)
My **** buddy's fiance just got his dick bitten by a recluse spider a few days ago. Sucks to be him.
User avatar #25 to #9 - nigeltheoutlaw (05/15/2014) [-]
How can you be a **** buddy with an engaged person? Are you both just knowingly cheating on this man?
#139 - okamiterasu (05/16/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I didn't know I lived in Nefraska.
#14 - anonymous (05/15/2014) [-]
The myths may be false but the fears are true.
User avatar #94 - berkut (05/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
You forgot the most importan facts.
Spiders On Drugs
#45 - finblob (05/15/2014) [-]
tfw im all itchy now
#8 - xrainbowdashx (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Australia mentioned in content
swell with spiders
User avatar #16 - Maroon (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I'm like 93% sure breathing in a spider is harmful...
#10 - DrollHumor (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I've learned to try to resist killing wolf spiders, solely because they're bros that like to eat those black widow bitches.    
   
But if they come into my bedroom, 						****					 'em, they're dead.
I've learned to try to resist killing wolf spiders, solely because they're bros that like to eat those black widow bitches.

But if they come into my bedroom, **** 'em, they're dead.
#95 - englman (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
MFW I live smack-dab in the middle of Brown Recluse territory.
MFW I live smack-dab in the middle of Brown Recluse territory.
#282 - kellexar (05/16/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I'm not sure how it happened but a while back I got bit on my nutsack by a brown recluse. I didn't even know about it until the skin started to abscess and then starting falling off, by the time I got treatment I had a hole in my sack about the size of a pencil eraser. Was the worst pain I've ever felt when the thing ruptured and oozed pus and blood for a good day or two. S'all good now though, can't even tell it happened.

By the way this story might be gross.
#283 to #282 - Lintutu (05/16/2014) [-]
man that imagery. and i don't even have balls
#71 - eezo (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
#56 - speedymcgee (05/15/2014) [+] (8 replies)
snakes are still cooler
snakes are still cooler
#322 - earlploddington (05/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
spiders are adorable and if you don't agree you are a terrible person
#193 - bobindun (05/16/2014) [-]
Spiders kick ass.
User avatar #21 - tkfourtwoone (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Y'know what would be interesting?

If someone could provide source to a study that would explain why humans are innately repulsed/disgusted/in general made to feel uneasy by sights such as spiders moving (especially LOTS of spiders clumped together, each with their own 8 legs).

******* hell, when I was little even caterpillars made me shiver. Once even saw a miriapod that was pretty big, why I remain puzzled is that the simple sight of all those legs moving made me had an unpleasant reaction.

Seriously, I understood animals with powerful coloring, that translates into "POISONOUS", especially for other animals.
But what the heck is up with our fear for **** that has many legs that move fast?!
User avatar #22 - anthonyd (05/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
EXPLAIN THE 3 INCH LEGS AND CENTIMETER LONG FANGS ON THE ******* SPIDER I STOMPED ON YESTERDAY, ASSHOLE.

************ SPRINTED AT ME. NOT RAN, NOT JOGGED, NOT SPEEDCRAWLED, ******* SPRINTED.
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