10 most venomous & non venomous spiders in the US

Black Widow (Latrodectus spp.): Black widows are known for their venomous bite, which can cause severe pain and muscle cramps.

Brown Recluse (Loxosceles spp.): Brown recluse spiders are venomous and their bite can cause tissue damage and necrosis.

Hobo Spider (Eratigena agrestis): Hobo spiders are venomous and their bite can cause mild to moderate pain and tissue damage.

Red Widow (Latrodectus bishopi): Red widows are a type of widow spider found in the southeastern United States and their bite can cause pain and muscle cramps.

Yellow Sac Spider (Cheiracanthium spp.): Yellow sac spiders are venomous, but their bites are usually not considered dangerous to humans.

Spider (Sicarius spp.): Found in the southwestern United States, the six-eyed sand spider has venomous bites that can cause tissue damage.

Mouse Spider (Scotophaeus blackwalli): Mouse spiders are venomous, but their bites are rare and not considered dangerous to humans.

Tarantula (Theraphosidae): While tarantulas are venomous, their bites are usually not harmful to humans, causing mild pain and swelling.

Wolf Spider (Lycosidae): Wolf spiders are venomous, but their bites are usually not considered dangerous to humans, causing mild pain and swelling.

Jumping Spider (Salticidae): Jumping spiders are venomous, but their bites are usually not harmful to humans, causing mild pain and swelling.

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