Arachnida (Arachnids), with approzimately 39,500 identified species, are commonly known as spiders. All spiders are both carnivorous and venomous, but only a very small percentage are potentially dangerous to humans. Ask and answer questions here about these eight legged fascinating wonders.
All spiders are poisonous; some venoms just have no or little
discernible effect on humans. Color is not necessarily an
indication of toxicity. Some spiders are red to blend in with their
surroundings, some are red as a warning, and really are venomous,
and some a red to mimic the truly venomous ones. In any case, color
alone is not enough to determine how poisonous a spider is.
Simple::: First you crumple the paper up and then open it back
up so it looks less like paper. Then you fold all the sides in
creating a dome. On one side only take your fingers and squeeze the
paper up and in creating a door way so the whole appearance of the
trap would look like a cave. Now you place your trap in a dry area
where you have good access to it. lift it up and place...
Yes, though none have a penis. In general sperm is produced in
the genitalia at the underside of the abdomen, and the male
arachnid transfers that to his pedipalps (in the case of spiders at
least); pedipalps are the frontmost pair of appendages next to the
mouthparts. Later, he inserts his pedipalps into the female's
genitalia on her underside and mates this way.
All spiders have at least a small amount of poison, though this
is miniscule in the infantory status. Even a baby black widow would
be unlikely to cause serious harm to a child unless they were
alergic. Baboon spiders are slightly less poisonous than black
widows....but I wouldn't want them around to mature. Also when an
egg sac opens there's a potential you could get swarmed...though
most species tend not to eat for the first couple of days.
Aside from being bitten, Spider mites are dangerous because they
contain many pathogens. This can be fatal to someone who has a
compromised immune system. Since these mites kill the plant,
growers spray their plants with toxic miticides. Smoking these
compounds are a danger to anyone's health.
The bite of Huntsman spiders is of low risk (only mildly toxic).
My cat tends to bring in a lot of them as 'gifts' for me, both
alive and dead ones and he has never had any problems with them.
Just as a precaution I have asked my vet about it and she let me
know that as they have a very low toxicity, the worst thing that
can happen if they do happen to get bitten is they...
In the movies it is Mary Jane Watson, however do note; In the
upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Man's
heroine is Gwen Stacy. Also, in the comic books the 1st heroine was
Gwen Stacy but after she died it was Mary Jane.
Different comic issues have different heroines though.