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Related to Araneus: Araneus cavaticus, barn spider
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Noun1.Araneus - a genus of orb-weaving spiders including common garden spiders and barn spidersAraneus - a genus of orb-weaving spiders including common garden spiders and barn spiders
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Argiopidae, family Argiopidae, orb-weaver - spiders that spin orb webs; cosmopolitan in distribution
Araneus cavaticus, barn spider - an orange and tan spider with darkly banded legs that spins an orb web daily; "the barn spider was made famous in E. B. White's book `Charlotte's Web'"
Aranea diademata, garden spider - a spider common in European gardens
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Alterations in the duration of the molting cycle have also been observed in the early zoeal stages of some crab species after they experience a starvation regime (e.g., the great spider crab, Hyas araneus: Anger and Dawirs, 1981; the white-fingered crab Rhithropanopeus harrisii: McConaugha, 1982; the fatfinger marsh crab Armases miersii: Anger, 1995a; the mangrove marsh crab Sesarma curacaoense: Anger.
The predatory behavior of two wasps, Agenoideus humilis (Pompilidae) and Sceliphron caementarium (Sphecidae), on the orb weaving spider Araneus cornutus (Araneidae).
Parasitoidinduced mortality of Araneus omnicolor (Araneae, Araneidae) by Hymenoepimecis sp.
1 (+) -- 2 ([female]) ARANEIDAE Araneus baul Levi, 1991 -- 20 ([male])([euro]), ([female]) Araneus sp.
Next up on the spider stage is Araneus marmoreus, the marbled orb weaver.
The spiders commonly seen outside now are garden orb web spiders, Araneus spp., and they are the designers and builders of the large, roughly circular silk webs, suspended vertically from the stems and foliage of plants.
A rare species of spider a Araneus rotundicornis a was spotted in June last year in some areas of Yeoncheon County, Gyeonggi Province, near North Korea.
Roulston and Smith (2011) used the method of FCM and Percoll to isolate prohemocytes, hyaline cells, granular cells, and semigranular cells from Hyas araneus (Roulston & Smith 2011).
In this study we evaluated the wound healing potential of silk recovered from three different spider species (i.e., Pholcus phalangioides, Crossopriza lyoni and Araneus diadematus) and compared with the standard povidone-iodine, honey and turmeric.
There are many studies concerned with morphological variation of the common shrew (Sorex araneus).