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Northern Black Widow

DAZ|Studio Insects posted on Jun 09, 2023
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I thought I was done with solo spider renders but that didn't feel quite right without using my egg sack prop (from NW Spiders Webs) at least once in something... so here a render of the Northern Black Widow in an iray render... The Northern Widow is found In North America. The species is commonly found in Middle Atlantic states (New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland). During the April–May mating season, it can travel north along the coast as far as Massachusetts. It is also found in Connecticut in the late summer, and rarely, in southern Ontario and southern Quebec, Michigan, and at least as far northwest as parts of Wisconsin. Outdoors, they are found in old stumps, hollow logs, under fallen fence posts, in abandoned animal burrows or piles of brush, and in the corners of sheds and crawlspaces. A bite may cause latrodectism, and requires medical attention in the case of increasingly severe discomfort or spreading local redness accompanied by severe pain. If a human is bitten by a black widow spider it typically won't be deadly unless the black widow bites an infant or the elderly. Surprisingly, as common as this spider is, black widow bites are infrequent because the spider is actually very timid and prefers fleeing when disturbed. That’s a good thing because the venom of a widow spider is 15 times more toxic than that of rattlesnakes.

Comments (7)


PCottontail

4:16PM | Fri, 09 June 2023

Fantastic!

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Flint_Hawk

6:21PM | Fri, 09 June 2023

My most recent experience was with the spiderlings of a Western Black Widow right after they had hatched! I felt very outnumbered! And this scene is to realistic!

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3DClassics123456

2:26AM | Sat, 10 June 2023

Another realistic image and very interesting information!

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vikinglady

7:12AM | Sun, 11 June 2023

15x more toxic! ¡🙀! No wonder it's feared in the PacWest.

Ken _Gilliland

9:29AM | Thu, 22 June 2023

Having been bitten by both; a rattlesnake (once) and Black Widows (over a dozen times), I can assure you that a rattlesnake bite is much worse. While widow venom is x15 times more deadly than rattlesnake venom, what really matters is the amount delivered... and rattlesnakes deliver quite a bit more than a spider does. How did I managed to get bit so many times by widows? I spent the first half of my life as a termite inspector crawling under house in Southern California-- pretty much Black Widow Central. I'm pretty close to immune to their venom now.

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vikinglady

12:28AM | Mon, 12 June 2023

Ooo... Just saw them in the marketplace. They are so c😎l! Way to go! Excellent workmanship!

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starship64

1:36AM | Mon, 12 June 2023

I find spiders very creepy, but this is a great picture!

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STEVIEUKWONDER

8:52AM | Thu, 22 June 2023

Such splendid detail Ken. Not my favourite insect but looks so realistic. Nice work!


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