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Wolf spider

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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 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: Bites, Babies & Other Facts - LiveScience

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Dec 24, 2014 ... The name “wolf spider” encompasses a large family of spiders, most of which are large, dark-colored and athletic. Unlike most spiders that ...

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.

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" ...

Wolf Spiders Profile: Bites & Removal of Wolf Spiders

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Learn to identify wolf spider bites as well as the proper removal of wolf spiders from your home. Get information on wolf spider control and extermination.

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.

Wolf Spiders (wolfspider) | Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County ...

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Wolf spiders are among the largest spiders in Nebraska. They are common outdoors, and only accidentally find their way indoors by wandering into houses and ...

Wolf Spiders — Department of Entomology — Penn State University

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The genus Hogna contains numerous species and includes some of the biggest wolf spiders in our area. Two notable species, H. carolinensis and H. aspersa ...

Wolf Spiders

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Contains information about wolf spiders. Information includes photos, habitat, and description.

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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  ...

Spider Identification Chart - Venomous or Dangerous?

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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 | Missouri Department of Conservation

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A wolf spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey — it runs it down like a wolf! Spiders in this family have long legs and are usually gray, brown, black, or tan with ...