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House Spiders

House Spiders

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.

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

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..

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