Wolf Spider

 Identification and Control

Proper identification is an important first step in controlling ants.


How to Identify an 

Wolf Spider

Wolf spiders are large (up to 1 inch long), brown, and have a hairy body. They are most easily identified by their large size and their hairy body.

Where do they come from?

Wolf spiders are common in the United States and Canada. They are most often found near plants or other sources of food. Wolf spiders can also be brought into your home on food or garbage.

How to keep them out

The best way to get rid of wolf spiders is to eliminate their food sources by thoroughly cleaning your kitchen and bathroom. You can also use commercial fly traps or bait. If you have a severe infestation, you may need to call a professional exterminator.

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What do they look like?

Wolf spiders are not found in webs are are solitary wandering hunters
Wolf spiders carry their egg sacs on spinnerets and spiderlings on their back
Wolf spiders may mistakenly enter buildings, but are not a health hazard
Unique eye pattern of a wolf spider

Where do they live?

Located in areas across the United States, the wolf spider is a common sight indoors in garages and basements.





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