Below I have the list of the most dangerous, deadliest, poisonous spiders from around the world.
This list below is the list of the deadliest spiders. If you are looking for a list of the largest and the biggest spiders then check here Top 10 Largest Giant Spiders
- Banana Spider (Scientific name – Phonenutria nigriventer) – The Banana Spider , with its name may not sound scary to you but it really is. It is very poisonous and ranks for the deadliest spider found in the world. The Banana Spider is found in the Central and South America
- Sydney funnelweb (Atrax robustus) – Australia. This is Australia’s deadliest spider which can kill in minutes.
- Wolf Spider (Scientific name – Lycosa raptorialerythrognatha) – This spider has no connection with a real wolf or it is neither a type of werewolf who can transform into wolf from a spider nor does it look like one. The Wolf Spider has a deadly venom and ranks third in the deadliest spiders found. The Wolf Spider too is found in the same region of the banana spider, in the Central and South America
- Black Widow (Scientific name – Latrodectus sp.) – The Black Widow Spider is a very scary spider. It holds its name Black Window as it was believed that the female spider kills the male soon after mating. Anyways, this information is recently been disapproved. It is black in colour. The Black Widow Spider is Widespread all over the World.
- Violin Spider / Recluse Spider (Scientific name - Loxesceles recluse)
- Sac Spider (Scientific name – Cheiracanthium punctorium)
- Tarantula ( Scientific name – Eurypelma rubropilosum) – The Tarantula even looks very scary and yes, it is too. I guess everyone is familiar to this bred of spider as the tarantula is one of the common venomous spiders found. Tarantulas are found in the Neotropics
- Tarantula (Scientific name - Acanthoscurria atrox) – This is another species of the Tarantula which is also poisonous. This too is found in the Neotropics
- Tarantula (Scientific name - Lasiodora klugi) – Another poisonous Tarantula, belonging to the same family but a bit different from the rest of them. This spider is found in the Neotropics
- Tarantula (Scientific name – Pamphobeteus sp.) – This one is a tarantula but is of the other species. This one too is found in the Neotropics
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