About Desert Brown Spiders:
The Desert Brown Spider is commonly confused with the Brown Recluse Spider; however the Desert Brown Spider is much more common in Southern Nevada than the Brown Recluse. They can display the same violin marking as a Brown Recluse, however usually lighter in color when compared. The body of a Desert Brown Spider is typically yellowish-brown to tan in color and measure up to ½ inch in length. Bites can cause severe tissue damage, resulting in large open sores called necrotic lesions.
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