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Definition of Lycosa
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Meaning of Lycosa from wikipedia
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
in another family
entirely, the Theraphosidae...
carolinensis, also known
as the Carolina
wolf spider, is usually regarded
as the largest
of the wolf spiders found
America. The body length...
- Lycosa aragogi
is a species
of the araneomorph spider family Lycosidae endemic
Province, Iran. The female holotype measured
26 mm, (excluding...
- Lycosa narbonensis
is a species
in the family
Lycosidae. Lycosa narbonensis
of 5–6 cm (2.0–2.4 in). These spiders
- Congo Lycosa
Latreille, 1804 Lycosa abnormis
Guy, 1966 — North Africa Lycosa accurata
(Becker, 1886) — Mexico Lycosa adusta
Banks, 1898 — Mexico Lycosa
- Araucaniocosa difficilis
–, and affiliated closely
with the "European tarantulas" (Lycosa
), even included there
as a sub-genus. When the females
- when the species
to Tigrosa. A different species
implacida) was named Lycosa aspersa
in 1849 by Nicolet
by accident. Photo
a necrotic lesion
from a positively identified
tarantula, a species
of wolf spider which
near Taranto, Italy,...
- Lycosa dacica
is a wolf spider species found
in Romania. It was first described
in 1898. According
to the Catalogue
of Life species Lycosa
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