Tips On How To Tell That A Spider Is NOT A Brown Recluse Part 2 Of 2
• The brown recluse spider can vary in color slightly depending on what it has eaten, but the body color will always be uniform in color regardless. The pigment of the spider will never be two different colors at the same time.
• Unlike some other types of spiders, you will only find fine hairs, not spines on the brown recluse spider.
• Brown recluse spiders do not construct their webs out in the open. They prefer to make their webs in small areas that are out of the way, behind objects where they can hide.
• The body of the brown recluse spider is small in comparison to other types of spiders. Its actual body length is only 3/8 of an inch. Not counting the length of the legs, they are about the size of a dime.
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