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Brown Recluse Spiders (Loxosceles Reclusa) - Stock Photography Gallery by Dan Robinson
The brown recluse spider Loxosceles Reclusa (also known as the fiddleback or violin spider) is native to the American Midwest and South. Easily identified by its three pairs of eyes (six total) and distinctive violin-shaped marking, the brown recluse is one of two venomous spider species common in the US (the other being the black widow). I thankfully have had very few brown recluse sightings since moving to the Midwest. - Dan
HD FOOTAGE 1: Brown recluse spider - close-up stock footage
HD FOOTAGE 2: Brown recluse spider - extreme close-ups II
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