The state of Florida houses about 60 spider species distributed throughout the northern, southern, and central parts of Florida, of which the most dangerous ones are the widow and recluse.
The two-striped jumping spider (Telamonia dimidiata) was rumored to be a deadly species, dwelling in Northern Florida, mostly under toilet seats, claiming the lives of people. However, later, it was said that this was nothing more than a piece of hoax news.
Hogna lenta-The Hogna lenta is a kind of wolf spider that lives mostly in the USA. It's a member of the big wolf spider family. People who study spiders and nature lovers find it really interesting because of the way they act and how they look.… Continue Reading >
Leucauge argyra-Step into the world of Leucauge argyra! This spider is a part of the long-jawed orb weavers family. What's interesting is its connection with the Costa Rican wasp Hymenoepimecis argyraphaga.… Continue Reading >