Tuesday, March 21, 2023

What are the Dangers of Encountering a Violin Spider

(Photo: Institute Of Security And Social Services For State Workers/Gobmex)
(Photo: Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers/Gobmex)

government of mexico alerted the population to the presence of violinist-type spiders in the area of cdmx You edomex, The government has requested the residents of the capital for prevention at home to reduce the menace of this arachnid.

He also warned that these spiders are very poisonous and Its toxins cause serious health problems or even death., Its bite can cause kidney failure, disorientation, lung injury and according to statistics 50% of people die,

others of Symptoms Bites may be presented by: immediate pain, burning, swelling, cramping and muscle stiffness in the abdomen, chest, shoulders and back, headache, dizziness, itching, sweating and anxiety.

(Photo: Government Of Mexico)
(Photo: Government of Mexico)

health secretary It is mentioned that it is considered a more dangerous insect than the black widow, because Its venom dissolves tissuesCauses cell death and contains enzymes that destroy proteins.

They usually live in sheds, basements, bookcases, closets, ledges, beds, gas tanks and closets, so It is important to be alert and to constantly move those places,

Must act quickly before an animal bite to ice and a cold pressure bandage on the wound, as well as washing the wound with soap and water, and then go to doctor,

It is also called corner spider The measurement is roughly the same as that of a two peso coin. forks extremely fast, They usually come out at night because they do not like sunlight.

(Photo: Special)
(Photo: Special)

It is brown in colour, has eight legs and becomes aggressive when disturbed. fortunately, Mexico has the antidote to ease symptoms.

a group of experts UNAM recently discovered A new species of violinist spiders that swarm in the Valley of Mexico, Mexico State and Tlaxcala, Especially in the rainy season.

It is different from others because of its previous patternwhich imitates a violinwhich appears entirely in the new species, which he named loxoscelus tenochtitlan,

around the world 140 Kinds loxosales, Scientifically so called. In the Mexican region there is a variety of 40 species,

(Photo: Government Of Mexico)
(Photo: Government of Mexico)

is a country violinist from Mexico Citythanks for the search Alejandro Valdez Mondragona member of Regional Biodiversity and Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory,

the research was funded by National council for science and technology (CONACYT), who was able to conduct a research project on the taxonomy of arachnids.

Alejandro Valdez noted that violinist spiders live in urban areas or places occupied by humans, which provide them with optimal conditions for living, ie in the form of abandoned boxes or dusty places, although it is a fact that These Small Animals Help Kill Some Insects,

In October 2017, General Hospital of La Raza National Medical Center of Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) participated in 71 people who got poisoned by poisonous animals, of which 20 This spider was meant to bite,

Arachnids produce a type of cottony web which it uses to hunt and defend its prey, they do not usually settle in rural areas due to the threat of larger predators.

This type of spider can even lie down 100 eggs And females are the ones that are usually more venomous because they are larger than males in addition to living longer.

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