Ground Spider

Ground Spider

Ground Spider

Size: These spiders are small, with a body that is usually less than 1/2-inch in length.
 
Color: Color varies, but most species are brown. Some have bright orange or red markings.

Behavior of the Ground Spider

Ground spiders are a widely varied group. A few species are commonly associated with building invasions, especially the Parsons spider which is recognized by the cross-like whitish marking on its abdomen. Ground spiders are hunting spiders; they do not build webs, but rather chase down their prey. Most species are night hunters but some are active during the day.
 
These spiders live outside beneath stones and logs and within leaf litter, mulch and heavy ground covering such as ivy. Indoors, they may be found scurrying along baseboards and hiding beneath furniture and appliances.
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