A wise thing for humans to do when it comes to encountering spiders in their dwellings or anywhere is to be wary of their presence. You may not recognize at first, but the spider you are already looking into right now may be one of the most venomous ones. In order to avoid ignorance that could lead to incidental mortality, information dissemination is important. This is to aware people of the possible dealings they will have if they come across any of the most venomous spiders in the world; in order for them to be better off avoiding them for their own safety.
Although, most of the most venomous types of spiders are passive (do not attack when not being threatened), there are those that are highly aggressive and territorial. One must always be on the lookout for this type of spiders. An encounter with them will definitely assure a percent of a possibility of imminent attack. The effects of the attacks will differ depending on what species of spider have caused the bite. Some venomous spiders could only have bite effects limited to skin ulceration but there are those of course that could cause neuro-paralysis and even death. But even if the species of venomous spiders that only cause skin ulceration is not as worse as those their fatal counterparts, people would still have to be wary of them as they don't do ordinary skin ulcerations. The skin ulcerations they cause are often not negligible and would definitely cause considerable infections and the worsening case of the bitten individual may result to fatal complications. There are also spiders that have weird painful effects to humans, such as priapism. Priapism is a condition of prolonged penile erection to males, similar to the effect exhibited by Viagra just a bit longer, thus causing tremendous pain to the individual suffering from it. Clitorism is its female counterpart effect.
Here are the list of the top five most venomous spiders in the world and a picture for each one of them for easy identification:
1. The Black Widow
2. Redback Spider
3. The Brown Recluse
4. The Tree-dwelling Funnel Web Spiders
5. Brazilian Wandering Spider (the Banana Spider)
jungles of South America and are considered to be the most dangerous venomous spider in the world. With venom that can kill a full grown mouse with only a dosage of 0.006mg, they have succeeded the reputation of being the deadliest of them all. What makes this spider even more dangerous is their highly territorial and aggressive nature. This spider doesn't normally dwell in their webs but are found prowling in the jungle floors and could also be regularly found in human dwellings. They are also called "banana spiders" because locals would often find the dreaded spiders stowed away in banana crates. The serotonin levels of its venom are very high, thus causing tremendous pain upon a bite. Their venoms could also cause priapism to its victims.