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Lycosidae- Wolf Spiders

Wolf Spiders look nothing like wolves, but most of them sure are efficient hunters! Wolf Spiders are mostly ground-dwelling, and are largely abundant in parks to gardens to forests. These spiders have eyes that are arranged in three rows, and the females can often be seen carrying their egg sacs as well as their young […]

By |August 16th, 2015|Spiders|Comments Off on Lycosidae- Wolf Spiders

Hersilidae- Two-Tailed Spiders

Hersilidae- Two-Tailed Spiders
Two-Tailed spiders, as the name suggests, have extraordinary long “tails” which are actually part of the spider’s web-spinning structure. These spiders, also known as Tree Trunk Spiders, are often found on tree trunks and walls of abandoned buildings.
Hersilia spiders are extraordinarily good at camouflaging themselves on tree trunks, where they simply press their […]

By |April 17th, 2015|Spiders|Comments Off on Hersilidae- Two-Tailed Spiders