I have been bitten by a spider 6 months ago. The evolution of the bite to blister to spread of venom and pooling of toxin to fatty areas on hip and ailing outer thigh are the same as a brown recluse. The exterminator said there is no solution that is non toxic that kills recluses. I havent seen one and suspect it is still here. Meanwhile ,I’ve caught or found dead spiders of all sorts, mostly wolf spiders. Is this a dark fishing spider ? The pain continues with nerve toxicity systemically which means alot of crazy symptoms. Heartrate and… Read more »
Hi, I’m not sure what it is, it isn’t a dark fishing spider. A Wolf Spider is more likely from the legs. We may be able to give you a more specific answer in coming days. All spiders can bite with their fangs. It is how they kill prey and defend themselves. The venom chemicals vary depending on the target prey. As far as I know, all chemicals used to kill spiders are also toxic to other animal species, such as humans. I think most pesticides work by disrupting the nervous system. So, the choice is deciding which toxin you… Read more »
I did not have any signs of infection. All my lab work was normal. I developed dark patches along the outer thigh and hip area from the toxin. I could not stand on my feet- both had discoloration from pooling of the venom by gravity. I was checked for everything no bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungal infections, auto immune disorders, anemia, everything. I am very aware of being cautious about what websites I get info from. They either are from the CDC , National Institute of Health or some well known respected organization. I’m 100% sure it was a brown recluse.… Read more »
Genus Loxosceles, condition loxoscelism.
Wolf Spider in the genus Schizocosa.