As adults, huntsman spiders do not build webs, but hunt and forage for food.
They live in the crevices of tree bark, but will frequently wander into homes and vehicles.
They are able to travel extremely fast, often using a springing jump while running, and walk on walls and even on ceilings.
Do Huntsman spiders crawl on you?
Huntsman spiders are known to “cling” if picked up – this makes them difficult to shake off and more prone to biting. Huntsman spiders are likely to bite if their threat display is ignored. The species is known for its excellent jumping abilities.7 Sep 2016
Are Huntsman spiders aggressive?
VENOM TOXICITY ✦ Huntsman Spider bite is low risk (non toxic) to humans ✦ they are non-aggressive spiders ✦ but, a large individual can give a painful bite ✦ BEWARE in summer when the female spider is guarding her egg sacs or young.  Do NOT bandage – except for Funnel-web spider bite.
Can you handle a huntsman spider?
Huntsman spiders do not do much damage to humans. Unless you provoke them, the spiders won’t bite. If you do get bitten, a cold pack is usually all you need to relieve any local pain and swelling.
How do huntsman spiders breed?
Huntsman Spider Reproduction
The female Huntsman produces a flat, oval egg sac of white papery silk and lays up to 200 eggs. Some species will even carry their egg sac under their bodies while moving about. Delena females lay a ground-sheet of silk upon which the egg sac is anchored while the eggs are laid into it.