Reaching up to two inches in size, wolf spiders are one of the more frightening looking spiders in the United States, and while they are poisonous, they're also not aggressive, so one doesn't really need to worry about being bitten unless you are doing something silly – like deliberately provoking one. They live all over, and I frequently find them at night, which is when they do most of their hunting. If you walk around with a headlamp or flashlight, you may see little gem-like reflections on the ground. Upon closer inspection, you may find a wolf spider. The reflection is from their oversized eyes.
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