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Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae, from the Ancient Greek word " λύκος" meaning "wolf". They are robust and agile hunters with excellent ...

Wolf Spider - skin lesions, parental care, bites and glooming eyes

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Although the average pain from wolf spider bites lasts 10 minutes only, these creatures are exciting animals. Females carry their offspring with them, and their  ...

Wolf Spiders: Bites, Babies & Other Facts - Live Science

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Dec 24, 2014 ... Wolf spiders are large hunting spiders that exhibit unique parenting habits.

Wolf Spiders — Department of Entomology — Penn State University

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There are thirteen genera of wolf spiders in the United States. The genus Hogna contains numerous species and includes some of the biggest wolf spiders in ...

Wolf Spider - First Aid, Identification and Treatment

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Wolf spider bites first aid, identification and treatment. You also need to know how to avoid and kill wolf spiders.

Identification and Treatment of a Wolf Spider Bite | Healdove

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Sep 7, 2016 ... Everything you need to know about the bites of wolf spiders (also referred as the ground or hunting spider).

Lycosidae - BioKIDS - University of Michigan

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Wolf spiders have eight legs, all attached to the cephalothorax. On the front of the cephalothorax are the mouth, the fangs, the eyes, and two small "mini-legs" ...

The Wolf Spider: How Dangerous is its Bite?

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The wolf spider is very common in the U.S., in fact, scientists have identified more than 125 species of wolf spider in the U.S. alone. Although many fear the wolf ...

Myth: Wolf spiders live indoors | Burke Museum

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Oct 23, 2015 ... There is a natural tendency to equate "wolf" with "big and hairy." However, true wolf spiders (species of the family Lycosidae) are placed in that ...

Wolf Spider - DesertUSA

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Like the brethren within its order (called Araneae), the wolf spider has two body segments: a fused head and thorax and an unsegmented abdomen.

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Spider Identification Chart - Venomous or Dangerous? - Termite.com

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Featured are the brown recluse, black widow, hobo spider, wolf spider, white-tail spider, black house spider, huntsman and other spiders with notes to aid in ...

Wolf Spiders: How to Identify & Get Rid of Wolf Spiders - Orkin

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Approximately 200 known species belong to the Family Lycosidae in the U.S. and Canada. These wolf spiders are particularly abundant in prairie areas but can ...

Wolf Spiders of Kentucky - University of Kentucky Entomology

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Jan 30, 2008 ... Wolf Spiders are large, hairy spiders which are usually patterned with a mixture of black, gray, and brown. Wolf spiders, especially large ones, ...