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Spiders are generally categorized as either web spinners or hunters depending on how they catch their prey. Hunting spiders wander around searching for their prey or hunt by laying in ambush. The more insects there are inside a building, the more likely it is to have spiders living there. Spiders also like to find refuge in warmer buildings as the nights cool off in the fall.

All spiders are carnivorous and with few exceptions have poison glands. They have spinarets used for making webs to snare their prey, but some actually roam around hunting for victims. Webs may be used to make homes, lacing leaves or grass together, and they also may be used to bind their catch.

The Jumping Spider attaches a strand just before jumping-a type of lifeline so as not to jump too far into a place where it may have difficulty in getting out. Eggs are encased in webbing, usually in a sac, which is then hidden under bark or rocks, kept in a nest, fastened in the snare web, or carried around (like the Wolf Spider). Some never even see their offspring, some protect the eggs until they hatch, and the Wolf Spider even carries the young around until they can hunt on their own. Spiders feed by removing the internal liquid contents of their prey with their Chelicera (fangs).