family Lycosidae


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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).
They belonged to family Lycosidae 9 species and one species each to Salticidae, Oxyopidae and Clubionidae.
Family Lycosidae contained 175 while Thomisidae 68 in the sprayed fields.
Family Lycosidae found at peak position with three genera i.
A general look on the results showed that the family Lycosidae was the most abundant among the all seven families during the whole trapping session.
Family Lycosidae Sundevall 1833 Subfamily Sosippinae Dondale 1986 Hippasella Mello-Leitao 1944
Family Lycosidae Sundevall 1833 Genus Trebacosa Dondale & Redner 1981
Our study aims to review the evidence for sexual foreleg dimorphism within the spider family Lycosidae by compiling morphological information from the taxonomic literature.
Tissue imprints were obtained as touch preparations from the severed prosoma and abdomens of 1 male and 3 females of undetermined medium-sized members of the family Lycosidae collected from a small wooded lot in Johnson City TN (36.
On some South Australian spiders of the family Lycosidae.
Generic and subfamilial criteria in the systematics of the spider family Lycosidae (Aranei), with the description of a new genus and two new subfamilies.
Two intersexual spiders of the family Lycosidae from Japan.
Increasing abundance in successive years occurred for Acantholycosa lignaria, Micaria silesiaca, Xerolycosa nemoralis and for the family Lycosidae.
Increasing abundance in successive years was true for Acantholycosa lignaria, Micaria silesiaca, Xerolycosa nemoralis and for the family Lycosidae.