Spiders come in all colors, shape sand sizes. In fact some of the most mesmerizing spiders in the world feature mesmerizing colors. Take the cobalt blue tarantula for example. This spider is nothing short of a masterpiece creation. It can easily camouflage in the rainforests of South East Asia where it is a native because of its shimmery blue exoskeleton. So beautiful is it that it is easy to mistake it for an exotic flower and by pass it.
What about the brown recluse spider that features a violin design on its back? It is venomous and is considered one of the deadliest spiders in the United States but the beautiful violin design set on its back is honestly something to behold because it takes it from an ordinary brown spider to an intriguing character.
The Yellow spider
Known scientifically as the CheiracanthiumInclusum thus spider has a yellow almost cream color that can look repulsive in one light and intriguing in another light. It is not a big spider so the color works well as camouflage since it makes it look like a speck of bright dried flowers to the predator. North America has two species of the yellow spider namely the CheiracanthiumInclusum and the Cheiracanthiummildei. Both species are venomous and their bite symptoms are easily mistaken for those of a brown recluse spider.
A moderate reaction to the bite of a yellow spider can last between one hour and one hour forty five minutes. In some people it causes headaches while come people will feel nauseous and vomit. It can also cause a full blown anaphylactic attack in people who are allergic to insect bites. The yellow sac spider specifically the CheiracanthiumInclusum is also known as the black footed spider. Her abdomen has a darker stripe running across it and they can eat their own eggs as well as larger spider
Unfortunately their fangs are very powerful and they can penetrate the human epidermis easily enough to allow the spider to deposit its venom inside. Their venom has a necrotic effect on nerve tissue and toxic effect on cells.
Are yellow spiders sac spiders?
Yes the yellow spider is a sac spider and as a sac spider it doesn’t typically build a web. Instead it will build itself a silken tube which is lies in during the day waiting for nighttime to hunt. Unfortunately, yellow sac spider commonly live inside houses and you can see them in shielded spot like the corner where the ceiling and the wall meet. Sometimes it can live inside a rolled up leaf. Theyderive their name from the sacs they build for themselves and their eggs which can be up to 48 in number and covered in a silken sac.