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- Amaurobius ferox, sometimes known as the black lace-weaver, is a spider belonging to the family Amaurobiidae. It is distributed in Europe and North America...
- Amaurobius is a genus of tangled nest spiders that was first described by Carl Ludwig Koch in 1837. As of July 2019[update] it contains sixty-seven species:...
- Amaurobius similis is a species of spider in the family Amaurobiidae. It is one of at least two common spiders found in houses known as lace-webbed spider...
- Amaurobius fenestralis is a species of spider in the family Amaurobiidae. It is one of at least two common spiders found in houses known as lace-webbed...
- ingestion of nutritional eggs known as trophic eggs (e.g. Black lace-weaver Amaurobius ferox, Crab spider Australomisidia ergandros) and involves different techniques...
- Simon, 1905 (type) — Argentina Amaurobius Amaurobius C. L. Koch, 1837 Amaurobius agastus (Chamberlin, 1947) — USA Amaurobius annulatus (Kulczyński, 1906)...
- Amaurobius geminus is a species of spider in the family Amaurobiidae, found in Crete. "Taxon details Amaurobius geminus Thaler & Knoflach, 2002", World...
- lace-web spider may refer to: Amaurobius fenestralis, a species of spider found from Europe to Central Asia Amaurobius similis, a species of spider widespread...
- Amaurobius cerberus is a species of spider in the family Amaurobiidae, found in Spain. "Taxon details Amaurobius cerberus ****e, 1931", World Spider Catalog...
- Amaurobius vachoni is a species of spider in the family Amaurobiidae, found in Spain. "Taxon details Amaurobius vachoni Hubert, 1965", World Spider Catalog...
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