Spiders bite as a means of self-defense or to capture prey. If a spider feels threatened, it may bite in order to protect itself.
A wolf spider bite usually leaves two dot-like marks on the skin that indicate penetration of their fangs in the skin.
Wolf Spiders have brown or gray coats with pale markings or stripes on their back. Their coloration depends on the region in which they live.
Generally, they are found in terrestrial environments, such as fields, forests, and deserts, but they can equally be spotted in prairies, grasslands, and meadows.
- Pain - Swelling - Itchiness - Redness