Question:

What is a Small light brown spider with 6 black spots on its back?

Answer:

It might be a Wolf Spider. They are a small to medium size spider. They can be grey or brown with marking on their back which can be black, orange, grey or brown.

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spider Phyla Protostome

A spider bite is an injury resulting from the bites of spiders or other closely related arachnids.

Spiders are active hunters and rely heavily on their bites to paralyze and kill their prey before consuming it. They also bite in self-defense. While many spiders will never attack animals larger than themselves, some—e.g., Atrax robustus—exhibit a rather aggressive behavior and will stand their ground when approached by larger animals. Most spider bites occur when humans unintentionally press up against spiders and receive a defensive bite. On rare occasions, spiders may make prey mistakes and bite a human finger or other body part as though it were a caterpillar or other such insect.

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Acantholycosa
Adelocosa
Allocosa
Alopecosa
Anoteropsis
Arctosa
Geolycosa
Hogna
Lycosa
Mongolicosa
Pardosa
Pirata
Sibirocosa
Sosippus
Tigrosa
Trochosa
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Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae, from the Ancient Greek word "λύκος" meaning "wolf". They are robust and agile hunters with excellent eyesight. They live mostly solitary lives and hunt alone. Some are opportunistic hunters pouncing upon prey as they find it or even chasing it over short distances. Some will wait for passing prey in or near the mouth of a burrow.

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Australia has some highly venomous spiders, including the notorious Sydney funnel-web, its relatives in the Atrax genus, and redback spiders, whose bites can be deadly, but the venom of many common Australian spiders is not considered very toxic.

The up-island spider, also known as a hearse-house spider, is thought to be a species of unusually large wolf spider that inhabits part of Islesboro, Maine.

A spider bite is an injury resulting from the bites of spiders or other closely related arachnids.

Spiders are active hunters and rely heavily on their bites to paralyze and kill their prey before consuming it. They also bite in self-defense. While many spiders will never attack animals larger than themselves, some—e.g., Atrax robustus—exhibit a rather aggressive behavior and will stand their ground when approached by larger animals. Most spider bites occur when humans unintentionally press up against spiders and receive a defensive bite. On rare occasions, spiders may make prey mistakes and bite a human finger or other body part as though it were a caterpillar or other such insect.

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