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 Common Small Brown Spider?

Answer There are several common species of small, brown spiders found in homes, barns and gardens throughout the U.S. Yet, although these spiders are small and mundane compared to their more glamorous, ex... Read More »
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What type of spiders eat plants--I have a small brown fast spider on my Bonsai tree. I need to know if it's okay to leave him there?

Have a look here, usually its the red ones that are harmful because you can see the damage http://www.bonsaitreeforums.com/forums/bonsai-trees-forum/11271-red-spider-mites.html http://ezinearticl... Read More »
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Brown Recluse Spider?

If it was a brown recluse you wouldn't be walking. You would be squirting from both ends. The site of the bite would be sick, gross, awful. I don't think this was a recluse.
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What does the brown recluse spider bite look like?

The "fangs" of the brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa) have sharp tips. But the tips are curved "in" at the ends, and are not like a snake's, which point "down" when those are open. Spiders a... Read More »
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How to Identify a Brown Widow Spider?

The brown widow spider (Latrodectus geometricus) is native to South Africa and was first discovered in the United States in 1935. This spider is also commonly known as the grey widow, brown button ... Read More »
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