This flyer gives you information about the Sicarius
Scientific Name: Cato Sicarius
Sicarius is found in the South part of Africa it lives and caves and lays its egg in the sand.
It is a medium sized spider with a body measuring 8 to 15 mm and legs spanning up to 50 mm.It is a member of the Siicaridae family,and its near cousins the recluses. Due to its flattened stance and laterigrade legs, it is also sometimes known as the six-eyed crab spider. Bites by Sicarius to humans are uncommon; there are no proven cases and only two suspected cases where the culprit was never identified. Sicarius bites have been experimentally shown as lethal to rabbits within 5 to 12 hours.:p.25 The genus name Sicarius is Latin for 'murderer', from sica, a curved dagger. The species was named after Carl Willheilm Hann