Lycosidae


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Noun1.Lycosidae - wolf spidersLycosidae - wolf spiders        
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
hunting spider, wolf spider - ground spider that hunts its prey instead of using a web
genus Lycosa, Lycosa - type genus of the family Lycosidae
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Salticidae, Lycosidae, Sparassidae) often have enlarged forward-facing eyes that provide necessary visual information for prey identification and tracking, combined with nearly 360[degrees] of low-resolution peripheral vision for prey detection (Fig.
Ello se debe principalmente a los integrantes de Corinnidae, Gnaphosidae y Lycosidae que representan un 60 % de especies exclusivas para este tipo vegetacional.
The most abundant families were: Lycosidae (n = 254, 26.
A total of 298 spiders were collected from sixteen families, over 60 percent of which were in the family Lycosidae.
Spiders belong to family lycosidae used against leaf hoppers to regulate its population in rice [14].
Los ejemplares de las familias Gnaphosidae, Lycosidae, Oonopidae, Oxyopidae y Salticidae del orden Araneae; Carabidae, Histeridae, Anobiidae (Ptininae), Staphylinidae y Tenebrionidae del orden Coleoptera; y Formicidae del orden Hymenoptera fueron determinados a nivel de especies.
866 individuos distribuidos en 32 familias, destacandose Araneidae como la mas abundante con 525 individuos (28,1%), seguida por Salticidae y Lycosidae con 407 (21,8%) y 173 individuos (9,27%) respectivamente (Tabla 1).
Spiders, whose community consists mostly of Lycosidae specimens, are more abundant.
Siete familias se compartieron en los tres sistemas, siendo Lycosidae mas abundante en los agricolas y Corinnidae en el ambiente natural.
Of the potential new species, five were classified in Lycosidae, three in Araneidae, two in Salticidae, two in Thomisidae, and one each in Diguetidae, Sicariidae, and Scytodidae.
De las familias determinadas, ocho fueron las mas abundantes y representaron el 75% del total de aranas recolectadas en las dos areas evaluadas, siendo Lycosidae la mas numerosa (Fig.
glacialis (Thorell), 100 individuals--all belonged to the family Lycosidae and represented 56% of the total number captured.