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Black Widow Spider Found in Grapes in Bismarck

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A Bismarck area resident says they found a Black Widow Spider in a package of grapes.

 The individual claims he bought the grapes at the Walmart in north Bismarck.

 The Burleigh County Extension confirmed the spider was a Black Widow.

Here is a picture agent Tyler Kralicek took of the spider.

Black widow's are identified by their red, hourglass shaped markings and are venomous.

Anyone bitten by a black widow should seek medical attention.

There have been reports of black widow spiders being found in grapes from grocery stores in several states.

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