The spiders mature in spring and summer and courtship is not very elaborate. Mating sometimes happens on the female's retreat. Females will also lay eggs within the retreat, where they guards their clutch and later, the spiderlings. Some species fold up or curl a leaf and lay their eggs in the fold, which the female then closes with white silk, with her staying inside.
Male Clubiona sp.
Female Clubiona in cell with spiderlings.
Male Clubiona sp. inside his cell between a window pane and leaf.
Clubiona with the chewed remains of her spider prey Amaurobius.