What do wolf spiders look like?
Measuring up to 1 3/8 inches, wolf spiders are typically brown, gray, or black in color, with paler stripes or markings. They have robust bodies, spiny legs, and are in possession of eight eyes arranged in three rows, with two large eyes in the front row.
When are wolf spiders most active?
Are wolf spiders venomous?
Like common house spiders, these arachnids are venomous, but their venom is not considered dangerous to humans. If threatened, wolf spiders may bite in defense, and their bites may cause localized pain, redness, and swelling, similar to a bee or wasp sting.