how big can a southern black widow get



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    The southern black widow spider, or Latrodectus mactans, can vary greatly in size depending on the gender of the spider.  Females grow to be much larger than the males, and can reach sizes of 1.5 inches long.  The male spiders are significantly smaller, approximately 1/6th the size of the female black widow.

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