The brown recluse spider is well known, too. When the brown recluse spider bites its victim, the skin will turn a red color and it will begin to develop a white mark in the middle of the circular rash. Many people describe the brown recluse spider bite as looking like a bull's eye pattern. The rash will eventually blister, too, making it quite uncomfortable for an individual to suffer through. It becomes incredibly painful and uncomfortable, prompting the natural human response to scratch it.
Other insects do the same as spiders, in that they will leave red and raised lesions. Fleas, insects and more creatures do it so it's not surprising that spiders are more than capable of causing rashes, and injecting dangerous venom into individuals. If you ever do get bitten by a spider then you should immediately see your doctor. Leaving a spider bite can cause you huge issues for your health and can often endanger your life. Your doctor or local hospital will have the drugs and medication required to treat you when you have been bitten by a spider, so ensure that you visit them as soon as is possible for you. You should really go immediately so that the doctors can get to work right away.