Black Widow Spider?
Firstly, the Black Widow spider bite can be a very dangerous bite to receive. The bite itself may just look like a pinprick although you may be able to identify faint fang marks. Within just a few hours, you may begin to feel stiffness, swelling and pain around the bite area. If you experience any severe symptoms such as chills, fever, nausea and abdominal pain then you must seek medical attention immediately.
Brown Recluse Spider?
The second spider is the Brown Recluse. These spiders produce only a mild bite which may appear to look like a liquid blister. This will eventually turn into deep swollen tissue. This type of bite may induce a mild fever or nausea but fatalities are extremely rare.
Sac Spiders are commonly found in everyday households and do not usually bite humans unless they are provoked or feel threatened. Most Sac Spider bites tend to happen at night and although the bite is non-toxic to humans, it could cause damage to the tissue and leave a large wound which becomes extremely prone to infection.
What Else Should I Know?
These are just a few of the venomous spiders that can be found in North America. If you can associate yourself with the appearance of the bites and their symptoms, you can learn to spot a deadly bite and get it treated as soon as possible. Remember to consult a medical professional as soon as possible if you think you have been bitten.