Some experts claim that “even if you are guilty of leaving a few holes, it is the victim who scratches the area with a dirty fingernail to supply necrotic bacteria.” .. However, Dunbar’s team took the noble false widow, the lace web (Amaurobius similis), and the giant house spider (Eratigena atrica) to the lab, wiping the bacteria and testing the hypothesis.
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RNA analysis revealed a variety of spider microbes, “of the 22 bacteria found in Noble False Widow, 12 could be pathogenic to humans.”
Most of these microbes are found “almost everywhere” and do not indicate that they are dealing with “plague-infested monsters,” but there are still reasons to be careful.
In addition, some of the microbes found in these spiders have shown “tolerance to grades of concern or antibiotics.” Fortunately, they can all be treated with a course of the common antibiotic ciprofloxacin, but it will be known over time whether that will change.
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