http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/group/black-widow-spiders.html Animals Photo Ark Black Widow Spiders About Black Widow Spiders Black widows are notorious spiders identified by the colored, hourglass-shaped mark on their abdomens. Several species answer to the name, and they are found in tempera
Latrodectus mactans Description The Black Widow Spider is one of the most feared in North America because its venom is powerful enough to make humans very ill. This spider has been given its name because of the misconception that the female always eats the male after mating. Sometimes the male escapes unharmed. The Bl
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Latrodectus is a genus of spider in the family Theridiidae , most of which are commonly known as widow spiders. The genus contains recognized species distributed worldwide, including the North American black widows ( L. mactans , L. hesperus , and L. variolus ), the button spider s of Africa, and the Australian redback
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