Latrodectus hasselti

General.
     New Zealand spider – lymphangitis and nervous twitchings, scarlet burning eruption.
     New South Wales Black Spider – Long lasting effects seem to indicate it as a "chronic" blood poisoning. Arrests intense pain in pyaemia. Great oedema in neighborhood of wound; paralysis of limbs, with great wasting of muscles. Violent, darting, burning pains preceding paralysis; vertigo, tendency to fall forward, septicaemic conditions; constant delusion of FLYING. Loss of memory. Roaring noises.