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Appearance and Size Facts

  • Wolf spiders are large, hairy spiders which are usually patterned with a mixture of black, gray, and brown
  • Wolf spider is a common name for the spider family Lycosidae
  • Look particularly malicious, however they will not bite a human unless absolutely provoked
  • Size: Range from 1/2 to 2 inches in length
  • Not poisonous, though as with all spiders bites may cause reactions in certain individuals

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Behavior & Habitat

Behavior & Habitat

Florida's temperate and humid conditions provide significantly increased insect and pest activity as compared to most areas of The US. The lack of a cold season allows pests to thrive and multiply all year long. Learn more about your pest here.

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Warning Signs of Infestation

Signs of Infestation

Pests provide a variety of warning signs that vary from species to species. Some may leave subtle clues while others may cause major structural damage resulting in thousands of dollars in repairs. Learn more to protect your home and family.

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How to Do It Yourself

Preventative Pest Tips

There are many things we can do to prevent pests from controlling our environment. Caulking cracks that pests can crawl through, maintaining sanitary conditions to deny pests a food source and eliminating any structure wood content with the earth are just a few.

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Behavior & Habitat

Behavior & Habitats

Wolf spiders are active hunters during the day and night (depending on the species). They are common and usually enter structures underneath doors or through cracks in the exterior walls. In many species, female wolf spiders lay dozens of eggs at one time and wrap them in a large ball of web. The female will then carry the egg sac on her body until the spiderlings hatch. Upon hatching, the spiderlings will live on the mothers back for a few weeks until they are large enough to hunt on their own. Wolf spiders are common in almost all terrestrial habitats, but are usually found in areas of shrubs or tall grass where a plentiful insect supply is available. They run over the ground or on plants in search of prey and pounce upon the victims with vigor and power. Wolf spiders do not usually breed in homes.

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