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I would like to know what is the meaning of "Antidote(Tarantula)" in English and what is the correct translation in Spanish?
I saw this term in a list of ethnobotanic uses.
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Meaning of Tarantula venom antidote
Though all tarantulas are venomous and some bites cause serious discomfort that might persist for several days, so far there is no record of a bite causing a human fatality. In general, the effects of the bites of all kinds of tarantula are not well known. While the bites of many species are known to be no worse than a wasp sting, accounts of bites by some species are reported to be very painful and to produce intense spasms that may recur over a period of several days; the venom by the African tarantula Pelinobius muticus also causes strong hallucinations. - See link


Tarantula venom antidote in Spanish is Antídoto contra el Theraphosidae
Los terafósidos son una familia de arañas migalomorfas propias de los países tropicales. En los países hispanohablantes de América se las conoce como tarántulas y arañas pollito, al igual que a los miembros de la familia Dipluridae. Sin embargo no deben confundirse con las tarántulas del «Viejo Mundo», que encuadran en una familia muy diferente (Lycosidae), a partir de las cuales se originó el nombre tarántula. - See link


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