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 »

Some characteristics that identify house spiders include a two-part body that is usually brown, black or gray; a length that is usually not more than a quarter inch; and eight eyes. They don't possess wings, and their pr... More »

There are numerous bird sub species that feed on spiders as well as other insects and bugs, including black birds, blue birds, sparrows, crows and wrens. There are numerous other bird species that can feed on spiders as ... More »

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 »

After trapping prey, spiders eat by releasing digestive enzymes that liquefy food and make it easier to swallow. Spiders cannot consume solid food whole, so digested matter must be broken down to pass through their narro... More »

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Jumping spiders eat insects and feed almost strictly on female mosquitoes with blood in their stomachs. One species eats mainly plant material, and some species subsist on nectar, but the majority of jumping spiders are ... More »

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 »