What will happen if you get bitten by a brown recluse spider?
Most spiders are completely harmless to humans. In fact, there are more than 20,000 different types of spiders existing in America in which only 60 types are known to bite humans. In this small group, only four types of spiders are dangerous to humans including the hobo, the black widow, the brown recluse, and the yellow sac spider. Brown recluse has become a major concern in America these days. If a brown recluse spider bites, the individual’s skin starts melting or in some cases, loses his life after the spider bite.
1 Brown recluse spider
The brown recluse spider is usually bigger than a penny and is part of the genus Loxosceles. This type of spider is also referred to as violin spider because of the violin-shaped mark on the top of the cephalothorax. The brown recluse spider has long legs and six eyes that are arranged in three pairs. The eyes are the most noticeable feature to identify a brown recluse spider.