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Published on August 1, 2009

Author: mm17

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Wolf Spiders By Daniel W 4M

Description Wolf Spiders are large spiders growing up to 25mm. Grey-brown in colour strips on their stomachs with lines which spread out from the middle of it’s head and thorax. (part of it’s body between the neck and the belly) Eight eyes two large ones looking to the front, two smaller ones looking up, four small eyes below.

Wolf Spiders are large spiders growing up to 25mm.

Grey-brown in colour strips on their stomachs with lines which spread out from the middle of it’s head and thorax. (part of it’s body between the neck and the belly)

Eight eyes two large ones looking to the front, two smaller ones looking up, four small eyes below.

Food Wolf spiders eat Flies Mosquitoes Crickets Beetles Other spiders

Wolf spiders eat

Flies

Mosquitoes

Crickets

Beetles

Other spiders

Where They Live Wolf spiders live under ground in a little burrow. They make a door out of dirt and web to make it look like there is nothing there. They can be found in open areas, grasslands and paddocks.

Wolf spiders live under ground in a little burrow.

They make a door out of dirt and web to make it look like there is nothing there.

They can be found in open areas, grasslands and paddocks.

Their Web Wolf spiders don’t have a web because they live underground. The only web they use is on the door. The way they catch their food is by surprise, by jumping out of their burrow and stunning their prey.

Wolf spiders don’t have a web because they live underground.

The only web they use is on the door.

The way they catch their food is by surprise, by jumping out of their burrow and stunning their prey.

Their Life Cycle Female wolf spiders carry their eggs in sacs under their stomachs. When they hatch the mother carries the babies around for a few days. They live for about two years.

Female wolf spiders carry their eggs in sacs under their stomachs.

When they hatch the mother carries the babies around for a few days.

They live for about two years.

Their Bite Wolf spiders only bite when annoyed. Their bite is not deadly but is painful. It can cause swelling and itching.

Wolf spiders only bite when annoyed.

Their bite is not deadly but is painful.

It can cause swelling and itching.

Interesting Facts Wolf spiders are a type of trapdoor spider. Wolf spiders are arachnids because they have eight legs. Garden

Wolf spiders are a type of trapdoor spider.

Wolf spiders are arachnids because they have eight legs.

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