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Wolf Spider on the Prowl

Poser Insects posted on Jun 02, 2023
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Here's the Poser Superfly version on my Carolina wolf spider. It's from my upcoming "Spiders of the World v1". It's probably the most common indoor spider in my house and can get to be pretty big-- 18–20 mm for males and 22–35 mm for females. I've included a close up render so you can see the details and poser dynamic hair. The 3rd image is in DAZ Studio Iray... the strand hair turned out quite nice on that version. It is a common spider species found throughout Europe and the United States. The original distribution area of this orb weaver spider is in Europe. The spider is most commonly found throughout the United Kingdom and Western Europe. However, over the last decades, the population has spread throughout the world. In the United States it is a common sight along the coastal areas of the East Coast as well as the West Coast. The Wolf Spider is a hunting spider and will wander in search of its prey. They usually do not spin webs like most spiders do. Though they have the ability to, they often only do so to attach their eggs to their abdomen and carry them around. Once the babies hatch, they will continue to ride around on the mother’s back until they are large enough to fend for themselves. They live in either self-made burrows or ones they find. The Wolf Spider has a reputation as a dangerous spider that is not deserved and is listed as a low risk danger. They are also one of the more common spiders in the United States. In the fall time, males will wander in search for a mate and sometimes be drawn to the warmer temperatures of our homes. Because of this, it is not uncommon to find them running across our floors during Fall. A bite from a Wolf Spider can cause some pain, redness and swelling. This spider is able to thermoregulate quite well. This is particularly important for animals that inhabit desert ecosystems or other locations with large temperature swings.

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Flint_Hawk

10:54AM | Sat, 03 June 2023

Creepy looking spider! These would look great in Halloween scenes!

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vikinglady

12:19AM | Sun, 04 June 2023

Nice & spooky! Now I'm going to have to stay up for a few more hours...

PCottontail

10:08AM | Wed, 07 June 2023

Very cool render!

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STEVIEUKWONDER

4:34PM | Thu, 08 June 2023

You always produce such true to life renders Ken.


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