These are free living spiders that don’t build webs. They are common in caves and under rocks, logs and dark areas. They occur in houses and garages but are generally very shy of humans and scuttle off as soon as they see you.
These are free living spiders often found in plants and in houses where they build a silk sac under which they hide or lay eggs. They are a cream-white to pale yellow or reddish-brown with distinct black or dark mouth pieces.
These large spiders are primitive spiders in the same group as Tarantulas. They get up to about 15 cm including the legs and are bulky and hairy. The males are often found on their search for females, who live in large silky burrows in the ground.