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3104-1586 (ENTO-212NP)

Authors as Published

Eric Day, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech

JPG, Wolf Spider
Adult wolf spider. David Cappaert, Michigan State University. Bugwood.org.

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Wolf spiders are usually large, hairy spiders that are not associated with webs. Color ranges from tan to dark brown and often have stripes running the length of the body. Order: Araneae:, Family: Lycosidae.


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March 29, 2016

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