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- Lycosa is a genus of wolf spiders distributed throughout most of the world. Sometimes called the "true tarantula", though not closely related to the spiders...
- Lycosa tarantula is the species originally known as the tarantula, a name that nowadays commonly refers to spiders in another family entirely, the Theraphosidae...
- 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...
- 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...
- Congo Lycosa Latreille, 1804 Lycosa abnormis Guy, 1966 — North Africa Lycosa accurata (Becker, 1886) — Mexico Lycosa adusta Banks, 1898 — Mexico Lycosa affinis...
- Araucaniocosa difficilis –, and affiliated closely with the "European tarantulas" (Lycosa), even included there as a sub-genus. When the females were first described...
- when the species was moved to Tigrosa. A different species (Lycosa implacida) was named Lycosa aspersa in 1849 by Nicolet by accident. Photo "Tigrosa aspersa"...
- developed a necrotic lesion from a positively identified hobo spider bite. Lycosa tarantula, a species of wolf spider which is found near Taranto, Italy,...
- Lycosa dacica is a wolf spider species found in Romania. It was first described by Pavesi in 1898. According to the Catalogue of Life species Lycosa dacica...
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