These striking ground-dwelling spiders live in many habitats, including coniferous forest, deciduous woodlands, mesquite thickets, dunes, prairies, greenhouses, and homes. Seen year round in leaf litter and under stones, they are quick and agile hunters and are capable of running quickly when threatened.
In summer females attach white, flat, circular egg sacs under stones and leaves. A similar species is found in the Southwest.
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