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Brazilian Wolf Spider

(Lycosa raptoria)

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Updated February 01, 2010

Brazilian Wolf spider bite
Image courtesy of the CDC

Unlike the nasty, oozing ulcers often associated with spider bites. Most confirmed spider bites lead to dry, dead skin lesions with a bluish color.

This wound is thought to have come from a Brazilian Wolf spider (Lycosa raptoria) bite.

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