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The great thing about these creatures is that they have adapted to the harshest of environments from the desert and the tropics to the Arctic areas where they can live underwater. In terms of gender relationships, male spiders are famous for being killed right after intercourse, or at least this is the general myth people know. The color variety may be absent, just as the violin marking can be hardly visible. Nevertheless, there is one other element that clearly makes the recognition of the brown recluse spider possible. One identification method used by scientists consists in checking how many pairs of eyes the species has; the brown recluse spider has only three pairs of eyes, unlike most other spiders that have four. Those people who have been the victims of a spider bite often need medical treatment in order to prevent a rapid deterioration of their health condition. Sometimes a spider bite can have very few local marks and it is only identified by the symptoms. The physical reactions to a spider bite are usually classified into local and systemic; the former can be treated at home right after the occurrence of the accident, whereas the latter often require professional medical treatment in order to reduce the reaction of the body to the venom. The bite of the brown widow spider is pretty painful, causing a lot of trouble to the victim, yet, it is not even by far as serious or as toxic as that of the black widow. There is a paradox related to the qualities of the brown widow spider venom: when compared to that of the black widow it is twice as potent. Unlike other spider species that have four pairs of eyes, brown recluse spiders have only three: one medianly located and the other two pairs lateral. If you suspect to have been bitten by such a spider, it is good to keep a close watch on how the condition of the affected area evolves. There should be no pain felt at the beginning, as reactions only appear within two or up to eight hours after the bite. The hobo spider is easy to recognize by the mixture of brown and rust shades; the species also carries another distinguishing mark: a herringbone pattern present on the superior side of the abdomen. Unlike other related species, the hobo spider isn't hairy; though the legs of these creatures are very strong and large, they are also very smooth. 

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