FIELD GUIDE WOLF SPIDER

  1. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    common name reflects that these are _ spiders and will chase their prey
    hunting
  2. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    common name reflects that these are hunting spiders and will _ their prey
    chase
  3. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    actively hunt during the _ and sometimes during the day
    night
  4. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    actively hunt during the night and sometimes during the _
    day
  5. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    They are fast on their _ and pursue _
    • feet
    • prey
  6. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    they are commonly
    seen by people
  7. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    often alarm people because
    they are big, hairy, and run fast.
  8. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    some species build _ consisting of either a
    shallow excavation under a stone, or a
    tube/burrow running vertically or diagonally into the ground
    burrows
  9. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    They leave their burrows primarily at _ to hunt insect prey in the surrounding area
    night
  10. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Some species build web retreats or shelters when with young,
    but they do not build _ _
    snare webs
  11. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    may be brought indoors with _
    firewood
  12. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    they are not inclined to be permanent residents in structures,
    once inside _
    they often stay.
  13. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Inside, they tend to stay at or near floor level,
    especially along _
    walls under furniture and other objects
  14. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    may be brought indoors with _
    firewood
  15. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    _ indoors is quite effective when they are
    placed near where the spiders have been seen,
    along walls, under furniture or other objects, and/or near door thresholds.
    glueboards
  16. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    egg sac is _, consisting of an upper and lower half united at the middle
    spherical
  17. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Mating occurs in the _ with males dying before winter
    autumn
  18. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Mating occurs in the autumn with males _ before winter
    dying
  19. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Mating occurs in the autumn with males dying before _
    winter
  20. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Females _, lay their eggs the next May-June, and may live for a 3rd year.
    overwinter
  21. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Females overwinter, lay their eggs the next MONTH-MONTH, and may live for a 3rd year.
    May-June
  22. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Upon emerging, the _ crawl onto their mother’s body where they have been observed until mid-October
    spiderlings
  23. WOLF SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Upon emerging, the spiderlings crawl onto their mother’s _ where they have been observed until mid-October
    body
Author
ianquinto
ID
350103
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FIELD GUIDE WOLF SPIDER
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FIELD GUIDE WOLF SPIDER
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