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What type of spiders eat ants?

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The ant Spiders in the family Zodariidae which specialize primarily on a diet of ants. Keep on AnswerPartying! We are here for you!

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Habronestes
Hermippus
Ishania
Lutica
Palfuria
Tenedos
Suffasia
Thaumastochilus
Zodarion
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The Zodaraiid ground spiders or ant spiders, are a family (Zodaraiidae) of small to medium-sized eight-eyed spiders. They are found world-wide in tropical to warm temperate regions, though there are relatively few species in North America.

Habronestes
Hermippus
Ishania
Lutica
Palfuria
Tenedos
Suffasia
Thaumastochilus
Zodarion
 many more

The Zodaraiid ground spiders or ant spiders, are a family (Zodaraiidae) of small to medium-sized eight-eyed spiders. They are found world-wide in tropical to warm temperate regions, though there are relatively few species in North America.

Ants

Zodarion rubidum is a spider species of the Zodariidae family.

Like most Zodariidae, Z. rubidum is an ant-eating spider. It resembles ants structurally and behaviorally. Z. rubidum specifically mimics red ants, such as Myrmica sabuleti. It often feeds on Tetramorium caespitum or Lasius platythorax.

Lucia germanica
Clubiona amussa
Argus germanica
Enyo germanica

Zodarion germanicum is a spider species of the Zodariidae family.

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