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Steatoda nobilis

Ón Vicipéid, an chiclipéid shaor.
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Tacsanomaíocht
For-ríochtEukaryota
RíochtAnimalia
FíleamArthropoda
AicmeArachnida
OrdAraneae
FineTheridiidae
GéineasSteatoda
SpeiceasSteatoda nobilis Cuir in eagar ar Wikidata
Thorell, 1875
Léarscáil de raon an tacsóin

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Is damhán alla sa ghéineas Steatoda é Steatoda nobilis, ar a dtugtar an bhaintreach bhréagach uasal sa Ghaeilge,[1][2] mar gur minic a bhíonn iomrall aitrhne ag daoine agus meastar gur baintreach dhubh chontúirteach nó damháin alla eile sa ghéineas Latrodectus é. Is minic a thugtar an bhaintreach bhréagach air, cé gur téarma níos ginearálta é "baintreach bhréagach" a chuirtear i bhfeidhm ar ghrúpa speiceas níos leithne a bhfuil an chosúlacht sin air.[3] Damhán alla atá measartha suntasach ó thaobh an leighis de, leis an chuid is mó de ghreamanna mar thoradh air comharthaí cosúil le cealg bheiche nó fhoiche.[4] D’fhéadfadh go ndéanfadh roinnt greamanna dochar níos suntasaí, go páirteach de bharr baictéar pataigineach ó na damháin alla.[5][6]

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  2. Jones, D. (1993). "The Return of Steatoda nobilis (Thorell)". Newsletter of the British Arachnological Society 49: 7–8. 
  3. False widow spiders”. Natural History Museum (n.d.). Dáta rochtana: 1 March 2022.
  4. False widow spider, Steatoda nobilis”. Natural History Museum. Dáta rochtana: 11 October 2013.
  5. Dunbar (2018-06-03). "Envenomation by the noble false widow spider Steatoda nobilis (Thorell, 1875) – five new cases of steatodism from Ireland and Great Britain". Clinical Toxicology 56 (6): 433–435. doi:10.1080/15563650.2017.1393084. ISSN 1556-3650. PMID 29069933. 
  6. Dunbar (2020). "Synanthropic spiders, including the global invasive noble false widow Steatoda nobilis, are reservoirs for medically important and antibiotic resistant bacteria". Scientific Reports 10 (1). doi:10.1038/s41598-020-77839-9. ISSN 2045-2322. PMID 33262382. “some post-bite infections could be the result of vector-borne bacterial zoonoses that may be antibiotic resistant.”