Sicariidae, Loxosceles taino

This spider like others in the same genus are
very dangerous to humans. They have a Citotoxic venom
that causes necrosis, fever, nausea, vomiting and rashes.
They occur in the south-west. The size is about 7/11 mm.



Theridiidae, Latrodectus geometricus

Best known as Brown Widow.
Their venom is highly toxic, more than Black Widow but it's very
difficult for them to come in contact with humans, even if they live into
houses, gardens, beaches and grass where people often walk
barefoot. The size it's about 11 mm for the females and 5 mm for
the males. They can be found everywhere and their color varies
from clear brown to black.

In this picture you can see both female and male, the color
of the female it's very rare, almost white with orange spots.

Theraphosidae, Cyrtopholis Sp. undescribed.

Subfamily: Theraphosinae

This is a new species that I found in 2009.
The female have a body lenght of 42mm and the male 26mm.
The colors are truly spectacular, deep brown 
with orange legs. Some times the femurs are dark blue.