The female wolf spider carries dozens of eggs in a sac with her, according to Spiderz Rule. Then, when the eggs hatch the infant spiders move onto the mother's back until they are old enough to hunt on their own.
A wide variety of insects, mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians prey on the wolf spider; specific examples include coyotes, owls and certain species of wasps. Wolf spiders are also cannibalistic. The wolf spider belon...
One type of spider that is brown and has a white stripe is the nursery web spider, which is a member of the Pisauridae family. Pisaurina mira has a darker brown band down its body that is bordered with white stripes.
A tarantula sac with only 100 eggs means 0 to less than 100 spiderlings. Disturbed female tarantulas end up destroying or eating their egg sacs, and no egg survives. However, some eggs hatch after 45 to 60 days, but some...
The African spotted wolf spider is not real. It is a fictional spider created for a novel by Frank Peretti. In his novel, "Hangman's Curse," there is a spider that is a mixed breed of African spotted wolf spider and the ...
The Carolina wolf spider is one of the largest of more than 2,000 wolf spider species worldwide and the largest wolf spider in North America. The terrestrial arachnid is found throughout the United States and southern Ca...
Wolf spiders prey upon many insects such as crickets and ants and have been seen catching other spiders as well. They are even known to stalk and catch small lizards, frogs, mice and tiny birds.