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INSECT AND SPIDER DANGERS

Appendix D

Dangerous Insects and Arachnids

Insects are often overlooked as a danger to the survivor. More people in the United States die each year from bee stings, and resulting anaphylactic shock, than from snake bites. A few other insects are venomous enough to kill, but often the greatest danger is the transmission of disease.


 

Scorpion
Scorpionidae order

Description: Dull brown, yellow, or black. Have 7.5- to 20-centimeter long (3- to 8-inch long) lobsterlike pincers and jointed tail usually held over the back. There are 800 species of scorpions.

Habitat: Decaying matter, under debris, logs, and rocks. Feeds at night. Sometimes hides in boots.

Distribution: Worldwide in temperate, arid, and tropical regions.

CAUTION

Scorpions sting with their tails, causing local pain, swelling, possible incapacitation, and death.


Brown house spider or brown recluse spider
Laxosceles reclusa 

Description: Brown to black with obvious "fiddle" on back of head and thorax. Chunky body with long, slim legs 2.5 to 4 centimeters (1 to 1 1/2 inches) long.

Habitat: Under debris, rocks, and logs. In caves and dark places.

Distribution: North America.


Funnelweb spider
Atrax species (A. robustus, A. formidablis

Description: Large, brown, bulky spiders. Aggressive when disturbed.

Habitat: Woods, jungles, and brushy areas. Web has a funnel-like opening.

Distribution: Australia. (Other nonvenomous species worldwide.)


Tarantula
Theraphosidae and Lycosa species

Description: Very large, brown, black, reddish, hairy spiders. Large fangs inflict painful bite.

Habitat: Desert areas, tropics.

Distribution: Americas, southern Europe.


Widow spider
Latrodectus species

Description: Dark spiders with light red or orange markings on female's abdomen.

Habitat: Under logs, rocks, and debris. In shaded places.

Distribution: Varied species worldwide. Black widow in United States, red widow in Middle East, and brown widow in Australia.

NOTE: Females are the poisonous gender. Red widow in the Middle East is the only spider known to be deadly to man.


Centipede

Description: Multi-joined body to 30 centimeters (12 inches) long. Dull orange to brown, with black point eyes at the base of the antenna. There are 2,800 species worldwide.

Habitat: Under bark and stones by day. Active at night.

Distribution: Worldwide.


Bee

Description: Insect with brown or black, hairy bodies. Generally found in colonies. Many build wax combs.

Habitat: Hollow trees, caves, dwellings. Near water in desert areas.

Distribution: Worldwide.

NOTE: Bees have barbed stingers and die after stinging because their venom sac and internal organs are pulled out during the attack.


Wasps and hornets

Description: Generally smooth-bodied, slender stinging insects. Many nest individually in mud nests or in paper nest colonies. Smooth stinger permits multiple attacks. There are several hundred species worldwide.

Habitat: May be found anywhere in various species.

Distribution: Worldwide.

NOTE: An exception to general appearance is the velvet ant of the southern United States. It is a flightless wasp with red and black alternating velvety bands.


Tick

Description: Round body from size of pinhead to 2.5 centimeters. Has 8 legs and sucking mouth parts. There are 850 species worldwide.

Habitat: Mainly in forests and grasslands. Also in urban areas and farmlands.

Distribution: Worldwide.



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What are Refugees? Refugee Implies a person escaping their home under the 

impending dangers of the life threatening effects of war and other terrorist actions. 

They become homeless; without their daily needs, for an unknown time. These needs

include health care; water; food; baby needs; human rights; often they have to escape 

their own country; clothing and ability to clean clothes; toilets and hygiene; social 

companion ships; safety. We have attempted to capture live video and interviews of 

Refugee needs; shelters; food and water availability; and their needs when they 

arrive in a new location and it's safety and dangers. Also free foods that are available in 

the wild, what they look like; what parts of the wild foods are edible and if they need 

preparation. A recent Operation Medicorp You-Tube videos show how to make knots; 

cross a dangerous water crossing; capture and prepare wild animals for eating; how to

built many types of shelters and methods to stay warm/cool in varying locations. Many 

well known refugees and their survivals as refugees are also touched on to emphasize 

that we were all Refugees, or relatives of Refugees at some time in our pasts. We have

attempted to Walk many miles in their shoes and provide on this site many items that 

could be helpful. The site is also mindful of many other Aid workers, Medical teams and 

the doctors. Almost every medical book is available under our link 'MEDICAL BAG' for

their use in off trail medical assistance. We have included lots of support information in 

the Safe use of Homeopathic remedies. With lots of research and it's own collections 

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