Lynx spider is the common name for any member of the family Oxyopidae. Most species make little use of webs, instead spending their lives as hunting spiders on plants.
Oxyopidae Thorell, 1870. References . Brady, A. R. 1964. The lynx spiders of North America, north of Mexico (Araneae: Oxyopidae). Bulletin of the Museum of ...
This page lists all described species of the spider family Oxyopidae as of Sept. 12, 2013.
Oxyopidae. Version 26 March 2006 (temporary). http://tolweb.org/Oxyopidae/2753/2006.03.26 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/ edit this page ...
FAMILY OXYOPIDAE - Lynx Spiders This page contains pictures and information about Lynx Spiders that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia.
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Lynx spiders (Oxyopidae) Linx spiders have long legs armed with spines. [Show as slideshow] [View with PicLens] Oxyopes lineatipes Oxyopes sp. Oxyopes sp.
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Lynx spiders have two large front eyes besides a smaller pair, two on the side of their head and two large ones looking above and backward giving them an almost 360 ...
Lynx spiders (family Oxyopidae) have a unique look that makes them fairly easy to identify, even if you're a novice spider enthusiast. Most lynx spiders ...