Doubt it is ringworm. Test it by soaking a cotton ball in bleach and applying that to the spot for a few minutes several times over the next few hours. Ringworm is not an actual worm it is a fungus and bleach will kill it.
Ehhhh, doesn't look like a TYPICAL brown recluse spider bite. BUT ... you need to get that looked at sooner rather than later.
Doesn't look like typical ringworm either, but, again, doesn't mean it's NOT ringworm just that doesn't look like any ringworm I've seen.
I had what was 2 little, barely visible dots on my leg that itched a little (honestly I thought it was a mosquito bite at first) that I noticed on a Thursday morning while getting ready for work. 24 hours later it was hot, hard and oozing. I called the doctor's office and they put me off until Monday, telling me to use hot compresses and NSAIDS.
By Monday morning at 9 am I had a golf ball sized abscess (even though it had been draining PROFUSELY since Saturday evening) and the very faint beginnings of a line running up my leg. If my appointment had been any later than 9 I would have been at the ER.
I wound up with a leg full of gauze packing, 10 days worth of antibiotics and a husband who I now know will be worthless in any kind of surgical capabilities whatsoever should SHTF. Oh ... and a nifty little dent in my leg where that bite was. Doc says he thinks it was a spider bite but definitely not a brown recluse. Not enough tissue necrosis.
No fang marks an looks like a ring worm that has been scratched or rubbed. Treat for ring worm. A spider bite swells just like a sting over a lil time an the two fang marks are easy to see in the knot formed by the bite.
i cant see the photo, says im banned.. anyway, i had ringworm once when i was a kid, i got batted in the face by a house cat and it developed at the contact point. it didnt swell or anything, but the mark was noticeably circular in shape, pretty easy to tell from a spider bite.. a recluse bite should have a hole in the center of it that'll start to turn color