Here is the wolf spider that found dead in my basement. Who knows how it died but I saved it and took these photos. You can see the eye arrangement of a row of one small eye, two large and one small on the top row and the 4 small on the bottom row. The ones for main vision are the two larger ones as you might expect and the smaller ones called ocelli are used mostly for sensing light and dark. I definately get the sense that this spider could see me very well if it were still alive. Wolf Spiders activelly search for prey and need the good eyesight. Jumping Spiders have the best eyesight, even better than dragonflies.
Here is another view of the pedipalps and the female genital opening, known as the epigyne on the underside of her body.
Below is a good view of the spineretts that contain the many spigots, each of which is connected to one silk gland.