Theraphosidae


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Order: Araneae Clerck 1757 Infraorder: Mygalomorphae Pocock 1892 Family: Theraphosidae Thorell 1869 Subfamily: Theraphosinae Thorell 1869
Thus, herein, we analyze cases of unjustified emendations in scientific names dedicated to people, published because of sex or the number of dedicatees, in the family Theraphosidae (Arachnida: Mygalomorphae), currently containing about 978 (2nd.
The members of this genus, making their nests in burrows in the ground and provisioning them exclusively with mygalomorph spiders (usually Theraphosidae, i.e., tarantulas), are found everywhere in the New World from the USA and West Indies to Chilean and Argentine Patagonia; in all habitats from rainforest to desert, and in the High Andes reaching altitudes of around 3,400m." (Fig.
An increasing number of studies of reproductive behavior of mygalomorphs have revealed intricate mechanisms of communication employed by this group (Coyle 1986, Coyle & O'Shields 1990, Jackson & Pollard 1990, Costa & Perez-Miles 1998), and particularly on Theraphosidae (Baerg 1958, Minch 1979, Costa & Perez-Miles 1992, PerezMiles & Costa 1992, Prentice 1992, 1997, Shillington & Verrel 1997, Punzo & Henderson 1999, Yanez et al.
tarantula Any of various large, hairy, chiefly tropical spiders of the family Theraphosidae and capable of inflicting a painful but not seriously venomous bite.
"Microhabitat habitat selection and co- occurrence of Pachistopelma rufonigrum Pocock (Araneae, Theraphosidae) and Nothroctenus fuxico sp.
An effective procedure for anesthesia was developed." The keywords ("PIT tags," "spider marker," "Theraphosidae [family of hairy and large spiders]") were not helpful, and there were no references for the procedure.
Tarantulas belong to the family Theraphosidae. As tarantulas are becoming more common in the pet trade, questions about the effects and components of their venom have arisen.
Se colec to una especie desconocida, perteneciente a la familia Theraphosidae, la cual fue identificada por Bertani y Araujo (2005) como Holothele waikoshiemi, haciendo referencia ai etnonombre dado por la etnia Yanomami.
heterops) (Araneae: Theraphosidae) as well as from the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae).