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House Spiders

House Spiders

Description:
Like many spiders, the female Chiracanthium mildei is larger than the male measuring between 7 mm and 10 mm, while the male measures between 6 mm and 8 mm. It has a color ranging from pale green to yellow-white and the tips of his paws, his pedipalps are darker, and the chelicerae.

Alimentation:
The house spider eats living insects and other arthropods that capture the hunt.

Habit:
The house spider is found inside the houses or on the outer walls. They can also live in the wild, on leaves or under stones, etc..

Reproduction:
The females produce between 1 5 bags of silk where she will lay about 40 eggs in each.