The camel spider is also known as a wind scorpion, sun spider, and wind spider. They are mostly found in the southwest U.S. and in southern Africa. Camel spider size, speed, and dangers are explained here.
Fortunately, there aren’t that many poisonous spiders in this part of the United States. That said, the hobo spider itself is fairly common. While not fatally poisonous, you still need to watch out for them and keep from being bitten if you can! Here’s what you need to know about hobo spiders.
If you have a lot of spiders in your area, get a FREE poster to help you identify spiders, including the Brown Recluse spider, Black Widow spider, Wolf spider, and many others. Plus first aid information so you’ll know what to do in the event of a spider bite!
Here are all of the reasons you should keep Benadryl on you at ALL times! It could be a lifesaver, for yourself, your child, or your pet — in the event of a bee sting, wasp sting, insect bite, food allergy, or other allergic reaction. You never know, when you’ll need it!
The following pictures illustrate the progression of a brown recluse spider bite. Photos from days 3 through 6 are not too graphic. However, the picture showing the infection on days 9 and 10 are very graphic. Your discretion is advised if you choose to view.