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  • C

    Jun 22, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    Hobo spiders are very hard to tell apart from their hugely more prevalent non-poisonous lookalikes. Subtle markings such as faint dark bands on the legs mean a lookalike spider is not a hobo. It can be hard to discern these bands without a magnifier. To absolutely distinguish a hobo from its more common pals requires microscopic examination of spider genitalia. See Univ of Utah”s arachnid identification info. So, unless you have specific training in arachnid science I highly doubt your comment about “yes, hobos.” But hey, that portion of your article alone will keep the masses away…just how I like it.

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