Beware of Southern Black Widows Hiding in Leaves: Safety Tips for Working with Leaves in the Southeastern States

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  • Tom's avatar

    Kill it!

  • Stephen's avatar

    I got bit on the hand reaching into a water meter box up by the street. It hurt worse than the rattle snake bite when I was teenager! Ached for weeks afterwards.

  • Cameron's avatar

    @Stephen any flesh rot?

  • Stephen's avatar

    Only a very small bit from both of those bites. It was cut back by a surgeon in the ER both times and healed up with minimal scarring. I was lucky. I have a buddy that got into a brown recluse and THAT ate him up.

  • Cameron's avatar

    @Stephen Goodness

  • Elisha's avatar

    No no……

  • Arne's avatar

    Maybe I should move back to Alaska….😳

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