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Wolf Spiders are very common in Missouri. These spiders have long legs and can vary in color from gray, brown, black and tan with dark brown or black stripes. Wolf spiders don’t spin webs, instead they hunt down their prey. Females are larger than males and will vary in size from 1/4th” to 1” inch not counting their legs. A Wolf spider’s diet consists of all ground dwelling insects, including other spiders. If provoked, wolf spiders can bite but are harmless to humans. Female Wolf spiders will carry her egg sack at the bottom of her abdomen and later carry the babies on her back.

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