Wyoming has about 6 to 10 species of spiders belonging to the wolf, funnel weaver, orb-weaver, and jumping family. The black widow is considered the state’s deadliest spider. The brown recluse and Carolina wolf dwelling here are also noted to cause potential harm to humans.
Hobo (Eratigena agrestis)-The Hobo spider is different from the Australian funnel-web, even though they both belong to the funnel-web spider group. With various scientific names like Philoica agrestis and Tegenaria rhaetica, these spiders can be found in Europe, Central Asia, and North America.… Continue Reading >
Carolina Wolf (Hogna carolinensis)-The Carolina Wolf Spider, native to America, is just one of the many wolf spider species globally. Known for being quick hunters, they prefer the chase over waiting on webs. You'll often spot these speedy spiders during midsummer nights, particularly around June.… Continue Reading >