Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae, which are known for their agile hunting skills and excellent eyesight. They do not spin webs, but rather chase down their prey on the ground or in trees. Wolf spiders are usually brown, grey or tan, with dark markings on their back. They have eight eyes arranged in three rows, with two very large eyes in the middle row.
Wolf spiders are not dangerous to humans, but they may bite if provoked or threatened. Their venom is not very toxic, but it can cause pain, swelling and itching. Some people may also have allergic reactions to the bite. To prevent wolf spider bites, it is advisable to wear gloves and long sleeves when working outdoors or in areas where they may be hiding.
To get rid of wolf spiders, you can use sticky traps, vacuum them up, or spray them with insecticides. However, you should also consider that wolf spiders are beneficial predators that help control pest insects in your garden or home.
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