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How Big Are Wolf Spiders?

Wolf spiders vary in size from small species with only 1/2 inch leg spans to large ones whose legs may stretch out 5 inches.

How Do Wolf Spiders Look Like?

Wolf spiders are long legged and covered with short hairs, gray to brown to dark brown in color, and have several darker stripes.

What Do Wolf Spiders Eat?

Wolf spiders are hunters and hunt for insect prey under cover of night.

What Do Wolf Spiders Do?

Wolf spiders are large, hairy spiders not associated with a web. In fact, they only use silk for lining their nest and covering their eggs. They are very mobile, very fast, and very aggressive when threatened. Smaller species have been knows to run across the water of a swimming pool, suspended on the surface tension of the water. Retreats for the spiders are holes in the soil, under debris on the ground or within woodpiles. They commonly enter structures and can be found running across floors or walls as they search for food.

How Do Wolf Spiders Reproduce?

The female constructs an egg sac of white papery silk, which she carries around attached with strong silk to her spinnerets. When the spiderlings hatch, they are carried around on the females back until they are ready to disperse by ballooning to the ground.

Interesting Facts About Wolf Spiders:

Wolf spiders are often confused with the brown recluse, but they lack the violin-shaped marking behind the head. The wolf spider is shy and runs away when disturbed.
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