Lycosidae


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Lycosidae

[lī′käs·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hunting spiders in the suborder Dipneumonomorphae that actively pursue their prey.
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En las trampas de caida el gremio mas abundante fue el de las corredoras terrestres (68.44%), la familia mas abundante fue Lycosidae (33.3%), y la especie mas abundante fue Zelotes laetus (36.42%); la familia con mayor numero de especies fue Linyphiidae (ocho especies).
Lycosidae, Salticidae y Thomisidae) son capaces de capturar colembolos, pero estos no estan entre sus presas principales (Hallander, 1970; Guseinov et al., 2004; Huseynov et al, 2005; Guseinov, 2006).
De igual forma, ocho especies de Araneidae y una de Uloboridae solo se hallaron en el tronco y 31 especies de diferentes familias en el suelo (entre ellas Corinnidae, Gnaphosidae, Linyphiidae, Lycosidae, Philodromidae, Salticidae, Theridiidae, y las familias nombradas anteriormente halladas unicamente en este microhabitat).
S1-S5, online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1636/JoA-S-17-044.sl through dx.doi.org/10.1636/JoA-S-17-044.s5) were highly significant (P < 0.0001) with [R.sup.2] values between 0.806 (CW of Lycosidae) and 0.984 (BL x CW of male spiders) and standard deviations of the residuals of 0.17-0.42 (Table 1).
Functional response, multiple feeding and wasteful killing in a wolf spider (Araneae: Lycosidae).
Overall Lycosidae formed almost 80% of spider fauna collected from oilseed crops and was found most abundant family followed by Thomisidae and Clubionidae, while Philodromidae (0.58%) was found least abundant spider family (Table 1).
Indicator species analysis suggests that Varacosa avara (Lycosidae) was associated with the BBS, and Neoantistea agilis (Hahniidae) was associated with the PP.
Teniendo en cuenta la rutina SIMPER, se determino que el periodo de lluvias estuvo caracterizado por las familias Araneidae y Salticidae; mientras que Salticidae, Lycosidae y Thomisidae caracterizaron la epoca seca (Tabla 2).
Spiders, whose community consists mostly of Lycosidae specimens, are more abundant..
Seven families were shared by the three systems, being Lycosidae the most abundant in agricultural system and Corinnidae in the natural system.
Stage-based mortality of grassland grasshoppers (Acrididae) from wandering spider (Lycosidae) predation.
Cesonia lugubris 9, 7, 11, 1M, 4F -- 12, 16 Lycosidae 17.