• Learn About Wolf Spiders - Family Lycosidae

      insects.about.com/od/spiders/p/lycosidae.htm The wolf spiders, family Lycosidae, are difficult to spot and even tougher to catch. Most lycosids live on the ground, where they use keen eyesight and ...
    • Lycosidae - Tree of Life Web Project

      tolweb.org/Lycosidae Citing this page: Tree of Life Web Project. 2006. Lycosidae. wolf spiders. Version 24 February 2006 (temporary).
    • Wolf Spiders - Lycosidae - Bumblebee

      www.bumblebee.org/invertebrates/Araneae1.htm Lycosidae mating and reproduction. They also need good eyesight for mating. The male locates a female by pheromones, but he does not rush up to her.
    • BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species, Lycosidae ...

      www.biokids.umich.edu/critters/Lycosidae Wolf spiders get their name from the way some species chase and capture their prey like a little wolf. ... "Lycosidae" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web.
    • Lycosidae | Definition of Lycosidae by Merriam-Webster

      www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lycosidae Seen and Heard. What made you want to look up Lycosidae? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).
    • Hogna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hogna Species. Two species of Hogna, sometimes confused with each other, are among the largest found in the United States, Hogna carolinensis and Hogna helluo.
    • Lycosidae - Wikispecies

      species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Lycosidae català: Licòsid čeština: Slíďákovití dansk: Jagtedderkopper Deutsch: Wolfspinnen eesti: Huntämbliklased English: Wolf spider español: Lycosidae