Hey guys! You could say this a morbid curiosity but I also just want to be prepared just in case and know what to expect. I have two tarantulas right now, a mexican fire-leg I've had for around 4 years and a mexican red knee who I've had for about 3 years and I haven't been bitten once or really expect to but I always do take care when handling them just in case because it's certainly possible and even though there's only about a 1% chance he would, my somewhat cranky fire leg is more likely to do it than my red knee. I know that bites are similar to bee stings and aren't dangerous unless you're allergic and I've been stung by enough wasps to know I'm not but at the same time I'd like to get an idea of a bite so I can treat it better on the very slim chance it actually happens, especially since I wouldn't mind keeping other species in the future. I've searched google images for pictures of tarantula bites and found practically nothing except for some uninformed gore filled pictures of bites that clearly weren't the work of tarantulas and probably in reality were actually brown recluse or even rattlesnake bites. Can anybody show me what an actual genuine tarantula bite looks like? Does anybody have a picture? In particular the later stages after the it stops bleeding? Do they usually bleed?