Lycosa


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Noun1.Lycosa - type genus of the family LycosidaeLycosa - type genus of the family Lycosidae  
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Lycosidae, Lycosidae - wolf spiders
European wolf spider, Lycosa tarentula, tarantula - large southern European spider once thought to be the cause of tarantism (uncontrollable bodily movement)
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I was much interested one day by watching a deadly contest between a Pepsis and a large spider of the genus Lycosa.
25E-33 HmC22491-595 Lycosa singoriensis 0 HmC22491_727 Lycosa singoriensis 0 HmC911-1343 Pinctada fucata 0 HmC911_290 Pinetada fucata 0 HmidILL1.
Pardosa pseudoannulata Pirata piraticus Pardosa laura Karsch, 1879 Pardosa tschekiangensis Schenkel Pirata piraticus Lycosa sp.
Banks's original 1894 description provides an adequate depiction of Lycosa grandis for correct identification.
Sparse food could favor the evolution of cannibalism in the Lycosa tarantula spiders, Moya-Larano says.
Therefore, since the lesions produced by the "violin" spider bites are unspecified, the following observations should be considered for a definite diagnosis: potential exposure to these spiders, their detailed identification, the characteristics of the lesions and the clinical course [18], due, it is known that the poison from other genera such as Phoneutria, Lycosa, Tegenaria and Chiracanthium contain necrotoxins
Lycosa aspersa (Hentz INHS; L&F; transf to Hogna
In addition, the spray was also effective against the praying mantis, Hierodula patellifera and the spider, Lycosa helluo which was "brought to a sudden halt.
The unique aeolian ecosystem on Mauna Kea's summit is composed of at least 12 endemic arthropods, including omivorous, day-flying Agrotis moths, voracious Lycosa wolf spiders, a centipede that preys on moribund insects that are blown to the summit, and the unique, flightless wekiu bug.
Metabolic responses to temperatures of a desert spider, Lycosa carolinensis (Lycosidae).
Lycosidae Lycosa osceola Gertsch and Wallace, 1935 (1 F)