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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En el gremio de las corredoras de follaje la familia mas abundante fue Anyphaenidae (98.53%), y en el de las corredoras terrestres la familia mas abundante fue Lycosidae (48.70%).
Esta familia forma parte del clado de las Dionycha (Ramirez, 2014), el cual agrupa a varias familias de aranas que no utilizan redes para atrapar a sus presas, entre las que estan Salticidae, Thomisidae y Lycosidae, cuyas estrategias de caza han sido ampliamente estudiadas, siendo unas acechadoras (localizan a distancia de la presa y se acercan sigilosamente), otras emboscadoras (permanecen estacionarias sobre una posicion a la que se aproxima la presa) y otras corredoras de suelo (deambulan por el suelo hasta localizar una presa) (Uetz et al., 1999; Cardoso et al, 2011).
Por ejemplo, Pardosa cribata (Lycosidae) tiene un potencial rol como controlador biologico sobre Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) en Espana (Monzo, Molla, Castanera, & Urbaneja, 2009).
The taxon Lycosidae was selected based on a sufficient number in both samples and the fact that lycosids usually predominate the very common pitfall trap samples due to their high activity density and comparatively large body size.
Residual effects of bifenthrin on the mortality of Pardosa sumatrana (Thorell 1890) (Araneae: Lycosidae).
Arthropods endemic to the Lake Wales Ridge (Deyrup 1989) include: Floridobolus penneri Causey (Spirobolidae: Floridobolidae); Zelotes florodes Platnick & Shadab (Araneae: Gnaphosidae); Sosippus placidus Brady (Araneae: Lycosidae); Geolycosa xera archboldi McCrone (Araneae: Lycosidae); Cicindela highlandensis Choate (Coleoptera: Carabidae); Phyllophaga panorpa Sanderson (Coleoptera: Melolonthidae); Serica frosti Dawson (Coleoptera: Melolonthidae); Anomala eximia Potts (Coleoptera: Rutellidae); Dasymutilla archboldi Schmidt & Mickel (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae); and Dorymyrmex elegans (Trager) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
(1998) documented that Lycosidae and Linyphidae spider families can suppress variety of pests e.g., aphids (Aphidae), thrips (Thysanoptera) and leafhoppers (Cicadellidae), while Symondson et al.
Rao L and Tietjen WJ (1987) Preliminary isolation of male-inhibitory pheromone of the spider Schizocosa ocreata (Araneae, Lycosidae).
(Family Araenidae), Pardosa oakleyi and Hippasa partita (Family Lycosidae) at cotton-wheat zone were studied for their predatory potential against three aphid species of canola crop under laboratory experiment.
A total of 298 spiders were collected from sixteen families, over 60 percent of which were in the family Lycosidae. Overall, we found the prescribed burn did not significantly alter the abundance or diversity of spiders collected, and interestingly it appears the community composition of the unburned grassland changed more over the sample period than the burned grassland.
Se capturaron 1.866 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).