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Re: Re: copperhead

 Thanks John,
I was bitten, I think, by a recluse spider here in AZ and the sore just wouldn't get well.  So got the shots.
  • These web sites seem to indicate they may not be here, but I'm pretty sure that's what bit me that day.
When the locals saw my leg, they encouraged me to get to doctor.  I was unaware of the little things and the effect it can have on tissue.  I don't think he attack me, I just happen to bend down and got him caught on my leg, so it bite me.  Never had anymore trouble.
I know I have black widows here, have seen a few in front.  But so far they haven't bother me.
I will pay more attention to the spiders around here and see if I can get a pix. Interesting pixs on those web sites.  I had forgotten about them since I never had anymore trouble.
-------Original Message-------
Date: 04/24/07 07:51:37
Subject: Re: {Disarmed} [iris-photos] Re: copperhead

There is a very nice web page on the Brown Recluse at:



On Apr 24, 2007, at 5:53 AM, bzzscheile@aol.com wrote:

Barbara Null
Tyler, TX       
I occasionally encounter snakes but what really worries me are brown recluse spiders.  I think I saw one in my iris the other day.  I looked for a long time to see if it had the violin marking and couldn't make up my mind and was afraid too observe any longer.  I understand they do not make webs but capture their prey by jumping.

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