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OfflineSouthPArk
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Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)-
    #4311163 - 06/18/05 05:17 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I just Though Id show you guys These Photo's

Now im Gonna warn you that these Pic's are very Graphic and Kinda Disturbing but It's somthing you all should be aware of when Roaming through the Wood's or anyplace where their is could possible be a spider!
(maybe Shroom Hunting  :eek:)


Now I dont think This is Found in Canada Yet but Take a looky If you got the gut!  :crazy:
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Awwwwwwwww doesnt he look cute and innocent???? :laugh:

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*****WRONG*****
This Man was bit by one of these little Brown Recluse Spider s

Day 3



Day 5
The following illustrates the progression

of a brown recluse spider bite. 
The affected skin actually dies on his body



Day 6




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Day 10
A person can die from it's bite.
We all should know what the spider looks like when roaming around looking for our shroomies or whatever you are doing be careful and be aware!!






-(The Dangerous Brown Recluse Spider)-
Please be careful.

Spider bites are dangerous and can have permanent

and highly negative consequences.

They like the darkness and tend to live in storage sheds or attics or other

areas that might not be frequented by people or light. 



If you have a need to be in your attic, go up there and turn on a light
and leave it on for about 30 minutes before you go in to do your work


Just thought Id give you all some nightmares la8r! 





:whack: SouthPArk


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311165 - 06/18/05 05:20 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

There's been people around her die from getting bit by onw of those. Every now and then I see what I think is one of those spiders, but I'm not about to exaimine it to find out for sure.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311169 - 06/18/05 05:21 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

ouch!

do you know that guy, or just found the pics on the net?


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311171 - 06/18/05 05:22 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks for that.

I'll never look at Spiderman the same.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Kooshster]
    #4311184 - 06/18/05 05:26 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

My Mom love's too gross me out!
lolz!

Here's another pic




Brown Recluse Spider
Araneae: Loxascelidae, Loxosceles reclusa (Brown Recluse Spider)

Brown recluse spiders belong to a group of spiders commonly known as violin spiders or fiddlebacks. This is because of a characteristic fiddle-shaped pattern they have on their head region. The spider is golden brown with the fiddle being dark brown or black. This spider is not hairy and the fiddle pattern is often shiny. They are about 1/4 to 3/4 inch long. Members of this small family are known for their poisonous venom. They have six eyes in three pairs. The cephalothorax is rather flat above and has a conspicuous, lengthwise furrow in the midline at the rear third. Each foot has two claws. Many of the wolf spiders are similar in appearance and have similar markings as the brown recluse. They are large, robust, hairy, and therefore they can be distinguished from the brown recluse. This a Brown Recluse spider. A small body with long crablike legs and a distinctive fiddle are key ID'S.

Brown Recluse spiders spin small, irregular webs under bark, stones or other secluded areas. Their venom is especially poisonous to people; those bitten often become ill and find that the wound does not heal quickly. Both male and female brown recluse spiders, as well as their spiderlings, are capable of injecting venom which may result in serious lesion formation or systemic reactions. The severity of the bite may vary. The symptoms may vary from no harm at all to a reaction that is quite severe. Usually, the brown recluse spider bite is not felt and the pain sets in from six to eight hours later. A typical bite area may resemble a pimple, postule or blister formation within six to 12 hours later. Mild to severe pain accompanied by swelling may occur during this interval. The surrounding tissue begins to darken, is irregular in shape with sharply raised edges resulting in a sunken area which may be several centimeters in diameter. Often there is a systemic reaction within 24-36 hours characterized by restlessness, fever, chills, nausea, weakness, and joint pain. Where the bite occurs there is often tissue death and skin is sloughed off. In some severe cases, a wound may develop that lasts several months. In all cases, a physician should be notified. If at all possible, kill and take the spider to the physician for positive identification. Individual spiders can be crushed underfoot or sprayed with an aerosol spray.

Brown recluse spiders are found primarily in the Midwest. Many cases of bites are reported from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. They are suspected of being in other states as well. The edge of its range just reaches the tip of western Virginia, but it occurs rarely in this state. The spider commonly lives in basements, attics and garages of houses and often hides behind boards and boxes. Bites often occur when the spiders hide in towels or old clothes left in those areas. The Brown Recluse has adapted quite well to indoor habitats. They are commonly found in the storage areas of residences, including areas such as attics, closets, bedrooms and other dark recesses. This spider frequently inhabits clothing, toys, books, boxes, furniture as well as transport trucks, tool sheds, tree houses and little used or abandoned dog houses.

The brown recluse spider is nocturnal and prefers food such as firebrats, crickets, cockroaches and other soft bodied creatures. Earning their name well, the brown recluse spider ceases its wanderings at first light. People are most commonly bitten in bed, while changing clothes, or cleaning storage areas. Not only will this spider hide in cracks and crevices of the home, they will often climb into clothing or shoes that someone has laid out to wear the following day.

The female brownrecluse spider deposits eggs in off-white silken cases about 1/3 inch in diameter in sheltered, dark areas. Spiderlings emerge in 24-36 days and abandon the egg case. Development is slow, influenced by weather conditions and food availability. They reach maturity in 10 to 12 months and can survive long periods of time without food or water. Immature spiderlings resemble adult brown recluse spiders but have lighter coloration. Adult males and females will vary from light tan to dark brown.


And Dont Forget About this guy

:eek:



Araneae: Theridiidae, Latrodectus mactans (Black Widow Spider)

The male black widow?s abdomen is more elongated than that of the female, with white and red markings on its sides. The female?s abdomen is almost spherical, usually with a red hourglass mark below or with 2 transverse red marks separated by black. The legs of the male are much longer in proportion to his body than that of the female. The female is the most easily recognized, her shiny black body giving great contrast to the red hourglass marking on her round abdomen.

The black widow?s range is from Massachusetts to Florida and west to California, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Although they can be found in almost every state (and some portions of Canada), this spider is most common in the Southern locales of the United States. Black widow spiders are common around wood piles, and are frequently encountered when homeowners carry firewood into the house. Also found under eaves, in boxes, underneath unused construction materials, inside wooden toy boxes, firewood boxes, outdoor toilets, meter boxes, and other unbothered places.

The female black widow spider rarely leaves her web. The web she constructs is an irregular, tangled, criss-cross web of rather coarse silk. The core of the web is almost funnel shaped, woven into a silken tunnel in which the female spider spends the majority of her daylight hours. This web is altered and rebuilt in a regular basis and is capable of capturing rather large insects. The female wraps any captured prey with her silk, repeatedly turning her victim with her legs as she applies more silk. After her victim is covered in silk, the spider kills her prey by injecting her venom. The prey might be eaten immediately or reserved for a later feeding. After the prey is fed upon and the body fluids are sucked from the victim, the carcass is cut loose and allowed to drop to the ground. The female black widow is most often found hanging upside down in her web, where she spends most of her daytime hours. She stays close to her egg mass, defensively biting anything that disturbs her or her egg sac. After laying her eggs, the female black widow is hungry and more likely to bite a human. The female black widow stores sperm, producing more egg sacs without mating. Some females live more than three years.

Egg sacs are pear shaped (or oval), brown, papery and about ? inch long. They hold from 25 to 900 or more eggs, which have an incubation period of 20 days. The spiderlings disperse shortly after emerging, tearing an opening in the egg sac and stay near the sac. After several hours, these second instar spiderlings balloon to the ground and scatter. Growth requires two to three months, with older females dying in autumn after egg laying.

Of all spiders, the Black Widow is the most feared. The female?s venom is especially poisonous to people. Despite its reputation, this spider often attempts to escape rather than bite, unless it is guarding an egg mass or if it is cornered and pressed. The male black widow will not bite you. After mating, the female sometimes eats the male (remember, she only has to mate once in her life), earning the name "widow." During the period shortly following mating and laying of eggs, the female black widow can be a little cranky and hungry. After this period (if he lives through it!) the male lives quite comfortably, eating prey captured by the female. The development of his venom sacs stop and become inactive as the male matures, thus making him less of a potential problem than his female counterpart.

The bite of the female black widow spider may not always be felt at first and besides slight local swelling, there is usually little evidence of a lesion. Two tiny red spots can sometimes be observed in the center of the swollen area. Most of the time, pain at the site of the bite occurs immediately and becomes most intense after about three hours. An overall aching of the body, especially the legs, are common reactions. Headache, elevated blood pressure, nausea and profuse perspiration may occur in severe cases. The condition is self-limiting and in most cases symptoms disappear in two or three days. Calcium gluconate is used intravenously to relieve and relax muscle spasms produced by black widow venom.

Be very careful when working around areas where black widow spiders may be established. Take proper precautions, wear gloves and pay attention to where you are working. Black widow bites are sharp and painful, and the victim should go to the doctor immediately for treatment.

Kinda make's you wanna go Run throught the Woods Neked! :rolleyes:


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311186 - 06/18/05 05:27 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

COOL STATUE...but if I neva saw that before and i was Shroomn :mushroom2:


HOLY FUCK RUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNN :eek: :eek: :eek:


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311448 - 06/18/05 07:10 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

i can't remember if this is true or not but I am pretty sure it is. The only sure fire cure for a Brown Recluse bite has to be made from the venom of the Brown Recluse that bit you. So if you do happen to get bit by one you catch that bad ass before it gets away and keep it alive and take it with you.

Again if I am wrong nevermind me, I can't even remember where i read that.,


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: WildCardsRevenge]
    #4311458 - 06/18/05 07:13 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I read the same thing too, but I'm not sure of the validity as well.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Adden]
    #4311471 - 06/18/05 07:15 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Gotta love google.

If bitten, remain calm, and immediately seek medical attention (contact your physician, hospital and/or poison control center). Apply an ice pack directly to the bite area to relieve swelling and pain. Collect the spider (even a mangled specimen has diagnostic value), if possible, for positive identification by a spider expert. A plastic bag, small jar, or pill vial is useful and no preservative is necessary, but rubbing alcohol helps to preserve the spider.

An effective commercial antivenin is not available. The surgical removal of tissue was once standard procedure, but now this is thought to slow down wound healing. Some physicians administer high doses of cortisone-type hormones to combat hemolysis and other systemic complications. Treatment with oral dapsone (an antibiotic used mainly for leprosy) has been suggested to reduce the degree of tissue damage. However, an effective therapy has not yet been found in controlled studies.

http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/2000/2061.html


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311610 - 06/18/05 08:08 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Ugh....that looks very painful. I've seen those before.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311703 - 06/18/05 09:00 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

I lived in Pueblo, Colorado as a kid before moving to the UK and remember once going into the garage and pulling out a toy I hadn't used for a while.

When I pulled the toy out I saw this black thing scramble across a web and literally launch itself at me!  :eek:

I called my mum n dad and they came running with a poisonous critter book.

My dad was poking and prodding the thing with a bamboo cane and the spider curled up feigning death.

He eventually rolled it over and it was a black widow!  :ooo:

Squish!!!

Don't know why I called them really, I used to bring home tarantulas off the prairie to keep as pets!  :crazy:

Luckily we don't have any poisonous spiders here in the UK.

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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Bi0TeK]
    #4311721 - 06/18/05 09:07 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Tarantulas are pretty cool....I've got a pet one. I used to be terrified of them, but I got one as a pet with the hope that I would overcome that fear and it worked. I did the same thing with snakes because I used to be terrified of them as well.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311727 - 06/18/05 09:09 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Im scarred for life. :eek:


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    #4311739 - 06/18/05 09:13 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Quote:

Deadmaker said:
Tarantulas are pretty cool....I've got a pet one. I used to be terrified of them, but I got one as a pet with the hope that I would overcome that fear and it worked.




Its the complete opposite with me.

When I lived in the States as a kid I wasn't frightened of spiders, but as soon as I moved to the UK where there are no poisonous spiders, I became terrified of them! :crazy:

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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: SouthPArk]
    #4311767 - 06/18/05 09:21 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Speakin about the little bastards that reminds me, I just killed one of those suckers the other day with a lighter.

Blah, i'd hate to get bit by that little guy.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Bi0TeK]
    #4311780 - 06/18/05 09:26 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Well, I'm big about confronting situations that terrify me. I was terrified of snakes...got a snake and now I love them. Scared of skjy diving, then made myself do it and enjoy that a lot as well. I just like to try and confront my fears.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Captain Loafy McPoopdick]
    #4311782 - 06/18/05 09:27 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

last 2 pics of the first post are photoshopped


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    #4311802 - 06/18/05 09:32 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

The thumb pics? I think they are very real. and i'm good to identify real and fake.


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    #4312502 - 06/19/05 01:17 AM (12 years, 4 months ago)

those damn brown reculses are everywhere around here. mostly in stacks of wood and stuff like that. Also lots of black widows. used to see lots every day when i worked masonry inside the stacks of blocks.


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Re: Arachnophobia?? -(Very Graphic Pic's)- [Re: Vulture]
    #4312536 - 06/19/05 01:26 AM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Did this post have to be made? :smile:

Im not going to sleep for atleast 2 days now..PLUS I have to clean my attic in atleast a week  :argh:


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