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The surest way to recognize a wolf spider is by the general stout body shape, the eye arrangement and by the fact that they are usually not in a web. Their general body shape is somewhat stout with the cephalothorax and abdomen of about equal sizes. The legs also are stout, fairly even in length and strong enough to support the spiders weight. The legs can be compared to those of many web building spiders whose legs are much longer and thinner. In wolf spiders, the anterior eyes are made up of 4 small eyes in a row, and the posterior eyes are 4 large eyes arranged in two rows. From a front view, you can see a row of 4 small anterior eyes with two larger eyes above them and 2 eyes further back on the head. The large eyes are significant in their behaviour: wolf spiders do have good eyesight (especially for spiders) and use vision fairly extensively for prey capture, courtship and aggressive interactions. The posterior eyes give the spiders vision above them and behind them and are significant in avoiding predation or capture.

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Reply: This is a female wolf spider and she is carrying her babies on her back. Huntsman spiders don't do that or live in burrows. glen

18 December, 2008:
Hi - great site by the way! Had a mother spider in our front garden for weeks. My kids & I watched over time as she protected her egg sack before they hatched and (as you can see) latched onto her back. At first I thought it was just a Huntsman, but after seeing your site, I thought it maybe a Wolfspider instead. It was taken in Western Sydney. Thanks! Wes.

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18 December, 2008:
I found this crawling on my house yesterday and was wondering if you could tell me what it is. It looks like a wolf spider but I am not 100% sure. It was about 2 1/2 inches long. I live in the Ft Worth, Tx area.

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22 November, 2008:
Glen, I apologize for taking so long to re-send these pictures... I will also re-send my original message. If you could let me know any information I would appreciate it. I still have the spider, I feed it spiders, moths, crickets, etc. It's first leg is half missing but other than that it seems pretty healthy... Thank You for you time... Me

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13 November, 2008:
We find one or two of these each summer near our house, which is located east of Billings, Montana. They are always very large, like this one, and very calm - allowing for good photos. This one stood calmly on the wall as I placed the ruler on the floor beneath it. Is it a wolf spider of some sort? I've lived all over the place and never seen such large spiders! Other creatures we find here include small scorpions, lizards, black widow spiders - not typically found in greener parts of the state. We live at the base of sandstone cliffs that provide winter warmth and shelter for a lot of animals that cannot survive elsewhere in the state. I don't think Hobos have made it this far east yet - they are prevalent in the western part of Montana, though. Thanks for taking a look. I'd sure love to know what this might be. Cynthia

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Reply: This is a wolf spider. It also looks like a fishing spider but they have longer thinner legs.

10 November, 2008:
Hello I work in a warehouse in an industrial park in New Jersey.We seem to have strange critters always crawling around.Could you identify this one. thanks Matt for the "bragging rights"

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.

25 October, 2008:
Hello Glen! We found this spider in Northern Michigan (near Traverse City) After looking at your site, I think we likely have a "wolf spider". Can you confirm or correct this for me, please? We would also like to know if this is a potentially "dangerous" spider. Thanx! Amy W Grand Rapids, MI PS Feel free to use this picture on your website or any other media if you would like...bt if you're going to, please let us know for the "bragging rights" lo

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.

25 October, 2008:
Hi Glen. I need your opinion if you don't mind. A friend from Michigan sent me this photo of a spider he found outside his home. I told him it's a wood spider, but I would research a little further. It like as through it could be a wolf spider, definitely not a recluse. Thanks for your time. Rocky

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20 October, 2008:
Glen, I am so excited to have found your website. I think spiders are really cool, but don't know much about them. I shall be doing tons of research on your site. Thank you! I am including a picture, hoping you can identify it, though I know how busy-ness goes, so if you don't get to it, no worries. I tried identifying it on the site, but think it looks similar to about ten different species. Apparently my identification skills are not up to snuff. I found it in New Hampshire -- USA. Thanks again for the website you've put together -- can't wait to spend more time there! My next blog post shall have you linked, if that's okay. thanks! Katie

Reply: This is a wolf spider too.

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Reply: This is a wolf spider too.

30 September, 2008:

Hey Glen, I found your website today while researching some of the spiders that I have found in my back yard since moving to our new home in the country. I love your web site wonderful pictures and helpful information. I do not know exactly what kind of spider this one is, but I thought she was beautiful and worth sharing. If anyone knows what kind of spider this is I would love to know. Amber, Hartville MO.

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30 September, 2008:
We have noticed lately at our home (Wheatfield, NY 14120) these spiders are everywhere, and they are fairly large. Can anyone help name this spider and let us know if they are something to be worried about (dangerous)? Thank you in advance for any help you may offer.

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Reply: This is a wolf spider of some sort too.

30 September, 2008:

Hi there – you helped me identify a fishing spider a few years ago, and I was hoping you could help me out again. We found this spider at work in Marquette, Michigan. We looked through your site and couldn’t figure it out. What do you think? We are all pretty curious! Warmly, Rebecca

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Reply: This looks like a wolf spider of some sort.
23 September, 2008:

Glen, This spider is next to a spoon that is about 1 1/8 inches wide by 5 1/4 inches long. We are used to the wolf spiders but this does not look like any I have seen. It is a stocky spider with silvery brown fur on it's body and legs, looks like it's ready for winter here in Michigan. Could you please tell me what kind of spider this is. Kelly, Grant, MI

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Reply: Yes I'd say it is a species of wolf spider.


23 September, 2008:

Hi Glen, I need your help if you can. Do you know what spider this is? and where is the best place to find out some information on it. I found it in my kitchen sink after I took the kids to school this morning. Too close for comfort. It is not little. Thanks for you help! TERISE

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Reply: Yes it is a wolf spider.
23 September, 2008:

Is this a wolf spider? Looking more closely at the way the eyes are set, I'm thinking it is. Thanks! Eric from Kansas

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Reply: Yes I'd say it is a species of wolf spider. Unusual colours!!


15 September, 2008:

Glen Is this a ‘Wolf’ spider ??
Regards Ray

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.


15 September, 2008:

Hello, my name is Corey and I found this spider that I never saw before... it was in my back yard and I am keeping it in a little tank. i live in the Gravanhurst area. I took some pictures of it... if you could email me back on what kind of spider it is, that would help me out alot! thanks again for listening to me, have a great day bye!

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14 September, 2008:
Hello Glen, I was fortunate enough to come across a mature wolf spider (not sure of the sex) and catch him. I was looking for some specific guide lines to keeping him happy and healthy, and ran across your site. I am very impressed with the content. I will add a few pics of him(the dime is no longer in his en closer). For starters i set my spider up with a empty cd case (the big 100 blank cd case) I added multiple air holes, and lined it with twigs leaves and some bark. I also put a piece of sponge soaked in water in there for him. Along with his habitat, I added some lunch for him in the form of a cricket. So far in observing him, he seems depressed just sitting there and letting his cricket friend drink up his water. Is there anything else I should set him up with in terms of foliage or food? Any help is greatly appreciated! -Colin

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Reply: Yes this is a wolf spider.
7 September, 2008:

We came across this spider during one of our pack campouts in Cunningham Falls Maryland (USA) just walking across the road before we hit the trail head. It was in June. We had a small debate about whether it was a wolf spider or the feared Maryland gigantic tarantula (which I made up, but it looked to big to be a wolf spider) – we all decided none of us knew and moved on. Any ideas? I would say the legs outlined a 4” diameter circle. I did see a wolf spider on the web with babies on the abdomen that did look a lot like the one we saw, but everyone is describing wolf spiders as being 1-2” in length. Thank you for your help. I thought your web site (http://www.spiderzrule.com/web.htm ) was very cool. Have a great day.

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Reply: Yes this is a wolf spider.
7 September, 2008:

just wondered if you know if this a Wolf Spider? Thanks, Ted

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.
4 September, 2008:

Hello just wondering if you could ID what this big spider is. We caught it outside in a tub filled with water and bugs, im going for wolf but my bf says tarantula, or we could be wrong! If you could please let me know I would like to keep it and be able to feed it. Thanks Brandy
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18 August, 2008:
Hello! I was just wondering if you knew wat this kind of spider is. My sister lives in Georgia and has never seen it before, so we were just wondering. It is attached to the email. Thank you! -Ravyn

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18 August, 2008:
Greetings, We have these spiders in abundance and are dying of curiosity to know what kind they are. They carry their hundreds of babies on their backs and are relatively timid, and they seem to like to live in the dirt. I've included a couple pictures which show a close-up of the babies and another relative to a standard wrench showing the size of this thing. Your input is very much welcome and appreciated! Cheers!

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18 August, 2008:
Hi there I live in Brampton Ontario Canada and me and my kids came across this spider on a outing in Caledon Ontario at the bad lands any ideas on what kinda spider it might have been? I would say it was about 3 inches in size. Regards Rich

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.

16 August, 2008:
I'm sure you get hundreds of these requests, but I just want to make sure this spider I captured in my house is just a wolf spider. I live in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and they are common, but I haven't lived here for a few years and I want to make sure. Thank you for your help Sarah S.

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Reply: This is a not a hobo or recluse but more likely a wolf spider.

16 August, 2008:
Hello…I just bought a house in Newnan, Georgia (near Atlanta) and found this after mowing and blowing my lawn. Looks dangerous…I actually killed a Black Widow on Saturday. This house has a lot of creepy things and it is only 2 years old. Please let me know. Thanks! Is the first photo a Hobo, Recluse, or something else? Check out the second picture…that “was” the black widow that was killed Saturday. It was a black widow, right? Thanks again… Susan

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Reply: This is a probably a wolf spider because it has the same eye pattern as wolf spiders.

16 August, 2008:
Hey Glen,
Here's another photo for your collection. This one is missing a leg. We actually have two of them around the house. This one moved to our garage this morning. It's about the size of a silver dollar coin. I wish they ate brown widows. We are infested with them! Sheila

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5 August, 2008:
Hi Glen, I am attaching some pictures of a couple Wolf Spiders I've encountered this month. The first one is kinda hard to see right away, but it's there. It was running around on the loose soil under my grandfather's gourd vines. There are also a lot of these tiny spiders in my grandmother's flowerbed, and all over in her lawn. The second Wolf Spider is a bit easier to see, as he was running around in my house. These bigger Wolf Spiders always seem to get in the house, and I always toss them back out in the yard. LOL. Feel free to use the pictures if you want. -Damy

Hi Glen, I am sending some pictures of a neat, nearly intact Wolf Spider exoskeleton I found in my flowerbed while hanging a Hummingbird feeder. I've seen this type of Wolf Spider in my flowerbed a lot. I think it may be from a Rabid Wolf Spider. Whatever it was, it just got a lot bigger. LOL. I am also attaching some pictures of two Spiders I think were Yellow Sac Spiders. One had made it's "sac" in my Sweet Betsy Bush. I have seen several of these this year, mostly at night, on bushes and low plants. Feel free to use the pictures if you want. --Damy

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5 August, 2008:
Hi, I was visiting your site and I was wondering if you could help me identify a spider I came across in my garage. As you can see in the photo, it's laying against the weather stripping of my garage door. I believe it is some variety of Wolf Spider. Someone is telling me that it is a Brown Recluse, however I disagree because I live in Las Vegas, NV, and apparently those are native to the southern states. Also, as is my understanding, the violin pattern on it's back isn't indicative as many spiders share the same marking.

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25 July, 2008:
I found this beauty lounging on my driveway last night. I believe he is a wolf spider, but will wait on your expertise to decide. He was 5-6 inches from tip to tip. I live on a mini farm in rural Townsend, Ga. Please feel free to post and please reply if you can identify. ( Thank you, Cathe

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Reply: I don't usually get photos of the underside so I don't really know if this is normal or not. It's quite colourful isn't it!! Are you sure it wasn't just playing dead? Sometimes they do that and it's a good idea to still put them outside rather than throw them in a bin or toilet just in case!!

20 July, 2008:
Hi Glen, I found this spider in my basement (in Indiana) and caught it to release it outdoors. Unfortunately in the 2 minutes I left it contained in order to consult an identification chart, it died. I assume it's a wolf spider but the coloring on the underside of its abdomen caught my attention. The body is about half an inch long. Could it have died of fright? It wasn't mishandled or deprived of air. Is this a usual underside marking? Publish these if you wish. Thanks, Michelle

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20 July, 2008:
So me and my boyfriend have been about an hour outside of gainesville in Bell florida (which is in the middle of the woods) and we have been getting mammoth spiders! Please help us tell who they are and if they are harmful!

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Reply: Had a close up look at these photos and it appears to have 3 rows of eyes so I'd say it is a wolf spider as fishing spiders only have 2 rows, despite the pattern. glen
20 July,  2008:
I had this spider run across the top of my foot one day while doing the lawn and decide to capture it and get some pictures before letting it go again. I believe it's a wolf spider but I'm not 100% sure. Thanks in advance, Steve

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10 July, 2008:
I am also sending two pictures of a little bitty Wolf Spider that was on the ground the other day. It blends in with the soil pretty good. Feel free to use the pictures. --Damy

 

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Reply: This is a wolf spider.

10 July, 2008:
Any thoughts on what this is?

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3 July, 2008:
Hi! I came across your website while trying to identify some spiders that I've recently started seeing in my house. I never see more than one at a time, but over the past 5 weeks I've seen at least 6 seperately. I have 3 children and 2 dogs and I really want to know if this spider is dangerous and if it's possible I have a "nest" somewhere. I live in Georgia and compared to the little house spiders we have, these things are HUGE! Thanks for any help you can give me and feel free to post the pic on your site. Chrissy

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30 June, 2008:
Hi Glen, Here are some pictures of a male and female Wolf Spider that were on my carport back in May. I thought they might have been about to mate, but I don't think they ever did. I came back to them a few minutes after taking the pictures and they were gone. Feel free to use the pictures if you want. --Damy

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29 June, 2008:
I am also attaching one picture of a female Wolf Spider that was in the living room this morning. I think she was spilling babies all over the floor before I took her outside. Feel free to use the pictures. --Damy

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22 June, 2008:
What kind of spider is this???Wolf Spider????--My husband was replacing a customers swimming pool liner. The pool was in bad shape, the liner had been torn(from the snapping turtle).This spider was clinging to the dirt wall of the pool eating his supper. The spider was found in Millstone NJ -- Thank you!! Hope the pictures came thru. Tammy


 


 

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Hi, We have been getting what appears to be large wolf spiders in our garden in south east Victoria. In all the text I've not seen them mentioned to be this big, about 28mm body length. I have included a photo for your consideration. We have found 3 now in a month in the same spot in the garden, should we be concerned? Great site Cheers Andrew

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30 May, 2008:
 
Here is a lil wolfspider with its yougons on it back

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30 May, 2008:
Can you please tell me what kind of spider this is and if it is harmful. I would also like to know if that means there are lots more where this one came from. Thanks so much.

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26 May, 2008:
Here are some pictures of a wolf spider right before she laid her sac. The the last one is of her in her burrow with her sac
Brian
Wilbur, WA

 

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22 May, 2008:
Hi Glen, As a recovering arachniphobe I find your site very helpful and informative! I was wondering if you could please identify these two spiders. I've come a long way but they still freak me out terribly. The first spider and his mates ran rampant through the garden of our old house and would also come into the house sometimes, which was very confronting as they're huge and we had a small baby. Thankyou in advance :) Melissa

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13 May, 2008:
Glen- my daughter loves bugs and spiders. Is this a wolf spider in  your opinion? Dangerous to pick up? Please feel free to post this picture. Greg
 
 

 

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10 May, 2008:
Hello, Was wondering if you could help identify this guy? I have a 2 year old and a new born baby at home. Is there anything to worry about? Thanks so much! Joe

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10 May, 2008:
Greetings from SW Florida – Altho spiders kinda creep me out, I just couldn’t deny how incredible this one looked! Based on your site, she looks like a mother Wolf spider with her babies…? Hope you enjoy the photo! She was quite the poser! Thanks. –Dawn H.

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4 May, 2008:
Hi Glen,
This little female was toting around her offspring the other night on the carport. She was nice enough to let me take a few pictures. Feel free to use them if you want.
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3 May, 2008:
Hi Glen,
Most Wolf Spiders are pretty, but this one was just gorgeous, in my opinion. Something about his fur. He was out and about on the carport the other night during a thunderstorm. Feel free to use the pics if you want.
--Damy

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3 May, 2008:
Hi Glen, This great big female Wolf Spider was grasping the wall outside the other morning before daylight. I've discovered that spiders will let you get really close if you just move very slowly and calmly. Feel free to use the pics if you want. --Damy

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Reply: I think its a wolf spider not a huntsman.


3 May, 2008:
Glen, I got two loads of topsoil today and found this guy/gal in the dirt. I guess it's a good sized huntsman spider, but the legs are, to an extent, translucent. Is it because it has just moulted?

RRich

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Reply: This looks like a  female wolf spider with her babies on her back.

13 April, 2008:
Is this a fishing spider with a troupe of pups on her back? I took this photo in Pearl River LA. where the water table is inches below the grass.
Thank You Dearly!
Mark



 

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Reply: This looks like a  male wolf spider.

13 April, 2008:

Hi, good morning......please if you have time could you ID this spider i found in the house, sorry its not to clear, but if you zoom in you will see it has a white stripe down its back. sorry to bother you, its just that we cannot find reference of it in our book, daren
 



 

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Reply: This is a wolf spider. Brown Recluse have a darker brown violin shape on the top of their cephalothorax (head part).
20 April, 2008:
Hi Glen, I found a spider in my living room this morning and I am not sure what kind it is. It looks almost like a brown recluse but I am not sure if it is or not. Can you please take a look at the 6 pictures I have attached of the guy and let me know what you think? I just need some peace-of-mind because if it is a brown recluse I might have the exterminator come to my house. Please feel free to use my photos if you'd like. If it is not a brown recluse it sure is a look alike. Thanks, Crystal

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Reply: This looks like a female wolf spider with its babies on its back.

13 April, 2008:

hi Mate, apologies for the picture, found this at night in our garden, we live near Redcliffe, QLD... and we are poms looked in the wildlife of greater brisbane book, but could find no comparison.. maybe huntsman????
regards
daren

 
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2 April, 2008:
Hi Glen, I was playing with my flashlight the other night, looking for eyes, and I found a lot of them. Most of them I found eight at a time. LOL. These Wolf Spiders are easy to find at night. I've seen eye reflections from across the yard before, and thought it must be a huge spider, only to find a pinhead-sized one when I track it down. You can use the pics if you want.--Damy

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2 April, 2008:
Hi Glen, I was actively seeking photography subjects, (mostly spiders) when I saw these three little spiders. I think one of them is a young Wolf Spider, but I'm not sure about the one with a pink stripe down his back, or the one perched on the stick. Two were small (about 1/2 inch legspan) and active, running around in the leaf litter beside a small stream. The one on the stick was slightly smaller than the other two and had thinner legs. It was running around a clear patch of dirt and across any obstacle in its path.--Damy

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20 March, 2008:
I found this in my garage yesterday morning in Modesto, Ca. I think it is a Wolf spider but im not sure. I hope you can zoom in on it some more. Please let me know. Thank you; Shaniece

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16 March, 2008:
Hey, i live in Florida and i found this spider right next to my door,  i looked at your site and it kind of looked like a Wolf Spider but i
couldn't be sure because the ...i guess abdomen of the spider looked  different then some of the pictures that i had seen. Attached is a  photo. Keith
 

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20 February, 2008:
Any help you can offer would be great. I have never seen one like this in all my years in Oklahoma. Thanks. Great site by the way!  Russell

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8 February, 2008:
Hi Glen,  Last night was unseasonably warm here, and there were some creatures stirring that are usually dormant in February. Two of them were under my carport, so I thought I'd snap some pics. I think this was a male and female Wolf spider. Feel free to use the pics if you want. -- Damy

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