SPIDERS OF INDIANA. NAME: Celia Bandelier CLASS: High Tech Learning TEACHER: Professor Lamb DATE: November 8, 2008. Spiders of Indiana. Links: Type 1 Wolf Spiders 1) http://entoplp.okstate.edu/ddd/insects/wolfspider.htm
NAME: Celia Bandelier
CLASS: High Tech Learning
TEACHER: Professor Lamb
DATE: November 8, 2008
Type 1 Wolf Spiders
Type 2 Name
Size: about @ 2 inches
Description: brown with a dark gray/black Union Jack or cross pattern on its back, and it is very furry and bulky looking
Habitat: Common household pest in the fall when they are looking for a warm place for winter; found around doors, windows, house plants, basements and garages.
Interesting fact: These are rarely found indoors, only mildly venomous, and their bites will usually only cause itching.
Size: ½ inch or 1 ½ with leg spread
Description: The spider is black with a red hourglass-shaped pattern on its underbelly
Habitat: Black widow spiders are common around wood piles, and are frequently encountered when homeowners carry firewood into the house. Also found under eaves, in boxes, outdoor toilets, meter boxes, and other unbothered places
Picture of Spider
Interesting fact: These spiders have extremely poisonous venom, and commonly hang upside down from their rough, messy webs.