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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The families with the greatest number of species were Lycosidae (S = 10) and Theridiidae (S = 7) (Table 2).
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).
The guild with the highest number of individuals was ground runner hunters (n = 330), which constituted the major guild in the three studied systems, mainly represented by Lycosidae in both ORGA and CONV systems (71% and 64% respectively) and Corinnidae (46%) in the NATU system (Table 2).
En ambas parcelas, ocho familias representaron el 75% del total, Lycosidae fue la mas numerosa y se identificaron ocho gremios; las vagabundas de suelo fueron las mas abundantes (AM1 n=1341, s=39; AM2 n=999, s=33) seguida por las constructoras de telas orbiculares (AM1 n=637, s=36; AM2 n=552, s=33), las cazadoras al acecho (AM1 n=471, s=43; AM2 n=453, s=47) y las de telas espaciales (AM1 n=446, s=23; AM2 n=342, s=25.
Overall, the Lycosidae were the most dominant family and typically accounted for 50% or more of individuals collected at each elevation, but did not change proportionally at different elevations in each range.
Familia Adultos (n) Juveniles (n) Anyphaenidae 1 53 Araneidae 41 151 Ctenidae 3 4 Dyctinidae 1 1 Gnaphosidae 7 6 Lycosidae 2 3 Lyniphudae 8 3 Mimetidae 1 3 Miturgidae 0 2 Oonopidae 1 0 Oxyopidae 5 15 Pholcidae 52 34 Pisauridae 0 2 Salticidae 35 56 Scytodidae 2 3 S paras si dae 1 1 Tetragnathidae 22 74 Theridiidae 38 16 Theridiosomatidae 0 1 Thomisidae 22 24 Uloboridae 3 2 TOTAL 245 454 No.
The Wolf Spiders, Nurseryweb Spiders, and Lynx Spiders of Canada and Alaska, Araneae: Lycosidae, Pisauridae, and Oxyopidae.
Post-burn Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Total Salticidae 2 2 5 15 7 7 1 39 Pisauridae 1 4 5 7 12 3 32 Oxyopidae 1 2 4 7 Tetragnathidae 25 17 1 43 Lycosidae 1 1 2 Thomisidae 1 1 2 Theridiidae 1 1 Linyphiidae 2 2 Araneidae 1 1
Fifty species belonging to nine genera from Lycosidae were identified in the central Anatolia region (Demircan, 2011).
The most abundant families included Lycosidae, Linyphiidae, Dictynidae, Tetragnathidae, and Corinnidae.
Ocho familias fueron comunes para ambas situaciones; estas fueron Anyphaenidae (1,3% del total capturado), Araneidae (5,6%), Gnaphosidae (8,6%), Lycosidae (3,0%), Sicariidae (32,2%), Theridiidae (15,7%), Titanoecidae (3,5%) y Zodariidae (6,5%).
Family Lycosidae with 68% of spider fauna was considered to be the dominant.