Posted March 15, 2019 09:57:31An arachnologist in Canada says the spiders that he saw on his way to work one day had a special kind of venom.
The spiders, he said, are a special species, and are found in the Northern Territory.
“These are spider veins in the legs,” said Dr. Dave Leppold, a spider researcher at the University of Manitoba.
Leppold said he saw two spiders at his work site, and two more in a field in the backyard of his home in Manitoba.
He said they were about two inches long, and the first one was in the thigh.
He told CBC News he didn’t know whether the spiders were venomous or not.
“If they are venomous, they are pretty venomous,” he said.
“But I don’t know what the underlying mechanism is.””
Leppolds lab has been tracking the spiders for a decade. “
But I don’t know what the underlying mechanism is.”
Leppolds lab has been tracking the spiders for a decade.
He said he first noticed the spiders in the early 1990s, and that they are now known to be a subspecies of the Eastern Spiders.
Leopold said the spider veins are found along the legs of the spiders.
“The veins are a little thicker, and they’re longer,” he explained.
“The veins in one leg of the spider are about the size of a tennis ball.”
Leopolds lab said it is unclear how many of the veins were removed.
It is also unclear how long the spiders live.
Leipold said spiders are the most venomous spiders.
He added, however, that the spiders are not dangerous to humans.
“It’s probably just the way they look that we’ve seen a little unusual,” he told CBC.
Leepold said there are no symptoms associated with the spiders, including swelling or redness.
He also said he has seen them for about 10 years, and hasn’t seen any unusual behaviors, like biting or biting into the ground.
He has had no issues with spiders in his lab.
“No spiders bite.
It’s pretty mild.
They don’t bite on their legs.
They just don’t move,” he added.