#36 Brown Recluse Spider
The brown recluse spider doesn’t give out toxin when it bites, but a lack of venom doesn’t automatically equate to less danger in general.
Though it may not be fatal, its bites can harm tissue in the body, leading to damage is both very painful and takes a long period of time to recover. However, to those under 7 years old, even that can be fatal.
Typically, these spiders are found in the Midwest and South of America. They aren’t outwardly aggressive and won’t bite unless something provokes them.