Loxosceles

(lok-sos´ә-lēz) a genus of six-eyed spiders, some of which have poisonous bites. L. lae´ta is a brown spider of South America and L. reclu´sa is the brown recluse spider of North America.
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Loxosceles

A genus of venomous spiders, the brown spiders, marked by a fiddle-shaped pattern on the cephalothorax, and found chiefly in South America. They inflict a highly ulcerative, spreading dermal lesion at the site of the bite (loxoscelism). Important species include Loxosceles laeta, the Chilean brown spider; Loxosceles reclusus, the brown spider of No...
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Loxosceles

Type: Term Pronunciation: loks-os′ĕ-lēz Definitions: 1. A genus of venomous brown spiders, marked by a fiddle-shaped pattern on the cephalothorax and a distinct six-eye pattern, found chiefly in South America. They inflict a highly ulcerative, spreading dermal lesion at the site of the bite (loxoscelism). Important species include L...
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