Lycosidae


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Synonyms for Lycosidae

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A nivel de familias, en enero se registro el primer pico de maximo crecimiento para Lycosidae; en febrero se establecio el primer y unico pico de maximo crecimiento para Gnaphosidae; y en marzo se registro el primer pico de maximo crecimiento para Thomisidae, Anyphaenidae, Linyphiidae y Theridiidae (Fig.
Comportamientos similares se han observado en otras aranas cazadoras errantes como Ctenidae y Lycosidae, las cuales poseen cojinetes de setas adhesivas en los tarsos que les sirven para sujetar y manipular a las presas en el ataque (Melchers, 1967; Rovner, 1980).
Cada microhabitat presento diferentes ensambles de aranas, asi en el follaje predominaron Araneidae, Anyphaenidae y Salticidae, en el tronco Tetragnathidae, Hersiliisdae y Theridiidae; y en el suelo Lycosidae, Linyphiidae y Corinnidae.
Wolf spiders (Lycosidae) dominated the sample with 58 individuals (31%) of 5 genera and 10 species.
Feeding ecology and predatory importance of wolf spiders (Pardosa spp.) (Araneae, Lycosidae) in winter wheat fields.
Lycosidae, Thomicidae, Chlubionide, Salticidae and Philodromidae families were recorded from the Indian mustard, sunflower and soybean of which Lycosidae and Clubionidae were common and found abundant in all studied crops.
Sexual dimorphism in functional response and troph onmorphology in Rabidosa rabida (araneae: lycosidae).
Lycosidae (61.7 percent) and Linyphiidae (19.5 percent) were the most abundant families.
Las familias que aportaron un porcentaje mayor al 70% de la abundancia total fueron Araneidae, Salticidae, Lycosidae, Thomisidae, Ctenidae y Anyphaenidae.
The most numerous families (Gnaphosidae, Linyphiidae, Lycosidae) were more abundant also in habitats III and IV.
Siete familias se compartieron en los tres sistemas, siendo Lycosidae mas abundante en los agricolas y Corinnidae en el ambiente natural.
In this study, we tested 1) whether wolf spiders (Lycosidae) induced a consumptive or non-consumptive mediated trophic cascade in a field experiment, and 2) whether food quality affects prey foraging decisions in a lab experiment.
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.
Two of these families (e.g., Oxyopidae, Tetragnathidae) were unique to honeysuckle-present plots and one family (e.g., Lycosidae) was unique to honeysuckle-absent plots (Table 2), but they were relatively uncommon.
The most species rich families in BRF were: Linyphiidae (26.9% of all spider fauna), Salticidae (9.3%), Lycosidae (9.0%), Theridiidae (8.2%), Gnaphosidae (7.2%), Philodromidae (6.1%), Thomisidae (5.4%), Araneidae (5.0%), and Agelenidae (4.3%).