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. More »

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... More »

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The average lifespan of a wolf spider is roughly one season, and it is exceedingly rare for one to survive for more than 18 months. Wolf spiders frequently become victims of cats, dogs and snakes, which contributes to th... More »

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Some species of spiders do eat ants and some, like the Euryopis superba, prefer ants over other insects. Black widows and lynx spiders target ants for prey when given the opportunity. Some jumping spiders eat plant necta... More »

Spiders are carnivores that prey on insects and other spiders. Spiders will eat almost anything they can catch, including flies, mosquitoes, cockroaches, bedbugs, crickets and moths. More »

Anole lizards in the wild feed on small, live insects, including flies, beetles, crickets, moths, butterflies, ants and termites, as well as spiders, slugs, worms and other invertebrates. Since the anole lizard's sight i... More »

In the wild, poison dart frogs feed mainly on insects like ants and termites, and on spiders, while a captive frog's diet consists primarily of crickets. Like other frogs, poison dart frogs capture prey with their tongue... More »