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.
9 OCA 0 0 1 Lycosidae Agalenocosa tricuspidata CSU 0 2 2 (Tullgren, 1905) Birabenia birabenae CSU 14 0 0 Mello-Leitao, 1941 Lobizon minor CSU 16 40 2 (Mello-Leitao, 1941) Lobizon ojangureni CSU 0 0 36 Piacentini & Grismado, 2009 Lycosa sp.
For the more abundant families the relative abundance of Lycosidae was due to Lycosa thorelli Keyserling, 1877 and Hogna bivitatta Mello-Leitao, 1939; for Thomisidae it was due to Thomisidae sp.
Micrurus corallinus Oxyrhopits rhombifer Ophiodes striatas Siphlophis pnkher Gymnophthalmidae Iphisa ekgans Siphlophis worontzowi Micrablephams Lycosa eythrognatha atticolas Pantodactylas sp.
En ocasiones los nombres cientificos pueden hacer referencia a la region o pais en que habitan las especies nombradas: Phoenicopterus chilensis, flamenco chileno; Lycosa cubana, la arana lobo cubana; Tenuipalpus imias, acaro chato descubierto en Imias, Guantanamo; Mastigoproctus baracoensis, vinagrillo de Baracoa, Guantanamo.
25E-33 HmC22491-595 Lycosa singoriensis 0 HmC22491_727 Lycosa singoriensis 0 HmC911-1343 Pinctada fucata 0 HmC911_290 Pinetada fucata 0 HmidILL1.
The family Lycosidae with 68% spider fauna was dominant with 6 genera (Flanona, Evippa, Aractosa, Hippasa, Ocyale, Lycosa) and 16 species, of which 11 species were already known from the area (Evippa shivagi, Flanona puellula, Evippa sohani, Aractosa mulani, Hippasa madrasptana, Hippasa partita, Ocyale Atlanta, Lycosa poonaensis, Evippa Rajasthanicus, Evippa praelongipes and Evippa rubiginosa).
La morfoespecie con mayor abundancia fue Araneus sp1 (Araneidae), con 51 individuos, seguida por Lycosa sp1 (Lycosidae) y Micrathena sp (Araneidae), con 44 y 42 individuos, respectivamente (Tabla 1).
Is the sex pheromone of Lycosa rabida (Araneae: Lycosidae) deposited on a substratum?
Banks's original 1894 description provides an adequate depiction of Lycosa grandis for correct identification.