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Does a Mexican red knee spider have venom?

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2010-09-27 22:17:46
2010-09-27 22:17:46

Yes they do have venom. But it is only deadly to small insects such as crickets and locusts. The venom is to be known as painful as a bee sting, but this can differ depending if you are allergic to the chemical structure of the venom

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