A woodlouse spider is a unique spider that does not use a web to trap prey and feeds primarily on pill bugs and sow bugs. The woodlouse spider can be found throughout the U.S. and parts of Canada.Continue Reading
Woodlouse spiders are commonly found in forests, fields and gardens and are nocturnal hunters. The spider's bite is painful but it's venom is rarely harmful to humans; most bites can be treated easily with over-the-counter remedies.
This spider spins a web that it uses as a home, and females use their webs as a sanctuary for guarding their eggs.Learn more about Spiders