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- Lycosa is a genus of wolf spiders distributed throughout most of the world. Often (incorrectly) called the "true tarantula", Lycosa spp. can be distinguished...
- Lycosa tarantula is the species originally known as the tarantula, a name that nowadays commonly refers to spiders in another family entirely, the Theraphosidae...
- Lycosa aragogi is a species of the araneomorph spider family Lycosidae endemic to Kerman Province, Iran. The female holotype measured 26 mm, (excluding...
- Lycosa narbonensis is a species of spiders in the family Lycosidae. Lycosa narbonensis can reach a length of 5–6 cm (2.0–2.4 in). These spiders have a...
- supposedly curative or symptomatic tarantella was danced solo by a victim of a Lycosa tarantula spider bite (not to be confused with what is commonly known as...
- Lycosa indagatrix is a species of spiders of the genus Lycosa native to India and Sri Lanka. The species is about 22 mm (5⁄6 in) long. The habitats include...
- behaviour, po****rly believed to result from the bite of the wolf spider Lycosa tarantula (distinct from the broad cl**** of spiders also called tarantulas)...
- Hogna carolinensis, also known as the Carolina wolf spider, is usually regarded as the largest of the wolf spiders found in North America. The body length...
- (Walckenaer, 1837) Synonyms Lycosa rabida Walckenaer, 1837 Dolomedes lineatus Walckenaer, 1837 Lycosa scutulata Emerton, 1885 Lycosa scutata Simon, 1898 Hogna...
- that lives on Príncipe in São Tomé and Príncipe. It was first described as Lycosa thetis in 1907 by Eugène Simon. Its female holotype measures 13 mm. World...
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