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Definition of the noun Ctenidae
What does Ctenidae mean as a name of something?
Ctenidae is a family of Araneae.
- synonym: family Ctenidae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Arachnida
- order: Araneae
- genus Acantheis
- genus Acanthoctenus
- genus Africactenus
- genus Afroneutria
- genus Amauropelma
- genus Anahita
- genus Ancylometes
- genus Apolania
- genus Arctenus
- genus Asthenoctenus
- genus Bengalla
- genus Caloctenus
- genus Celaetycheus
- genus Centroctenus
- genus Chococtenus
- genus Ciba
- genus Ctenopsis
- genus Ctenus
- genus Cupiennius
- genus Cupiennus
- genus Diallomus
- genus Dyomonomma
- genus Dysmonomma
- genus Enoploctenus
- genus Gephyroctenus
- genus Icactenus
- genus Incasoctenus
- genus Isoctenus
- genus Janusia
- genus Leptoctenus
- genus Lycoctenus
- genus Mahafalytenus
- genus Montescueia
- genus Nanoctenus
- genus Nothroctenus
- genus Ohvida
- genus Oligoctenus
- genus Parabatinga
- genus Petaloctenus
- genus Phoneutria
- genus Phymatoctenus
- genus Sinoctenus
- genus Thoriosa
- genus Toca
- genus Trogloctenus
- genus Trujillina
- genus Tuticanus
- genus Viracucha
- genus Wiedenmeyeria
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ctenidae
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Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1899)
The family Ctenidae is a small one. and by most arachnologists considered close to the common Lycosida'. They are wandering spiders, making no web. and are often found on trees Two species occur in our South ern States This particular ...
by John Gunn
and the families Theridiosomatidae, Ctenidae, Oonopidae, Tetrablemidae, and Anapidae, are also troglomorphic, inhabiting tropical caves. CARLES RIBERA Works Cited Juberthie, ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
CTENIDAE 390 CTENIDIUM. Antennae that are concealed in a groove under head and typically shorter than head. Syn. Adelocerata. See Heteroptera. Cf. Gymnocerata. CRYPTOCERCIDAE Plural Noun. Brownhooded Cockroaches. A small ...
Encyclopedia of Caves (2012)
by William B. White, David C. Culver
Lepidoptera Tineidae Opiliones Gonyleptidae Diplopoda Ensifera Phalangopsidae Predatorsoutsideguano Heteroptera Reduviidae Araneae Ctenidae Sicariidae Theridiosomatidae Collembola e.g., Arrhopalitidae Isotomidae Onychiuridae ...
by Richard C. Russell, Domenico Otranto, Richard L. Wall
Ctenidae (tropical wolf spiders, armed spiders, wandering spiders) These araneomorph spiders of the genus Phoneutria (e.g. Phoneutria boliviensis, Phoneutria fera, Phoneutria nigriventer and Phoneutria reidyi) are found in tropical South ...
by Catharine E. Bell
wandering (family Ctenidae), orb weaver ( especially Nephila spp. and Argiope spp.), and wolf spiders (family Lycosidae). The common denominators here are large size and/or highly toxic venom. Surprisingly ...
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Photo credit: dinrao
check out the UV reflection on the legs
Photo credit: dinrao
- Ctenidae spec
Photo credit: wouterkoch
- Wandering Spider (Ctenidae family)
Madre De Dios River, Manu Reserve, Amazon, Peru. Seen near the river itself at night.
Photo credit: RichardJames1990
- Wandering spider, Cupiennius sp (Ctenidae)
Photo credit: Pasha Kirillov
- Cupiennius sp (F Ctenidae)
Photo credit: M Hedin
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- Wandering Spiders of Costa Rica (Ctenidae)
Excerpt from Costa Rica Part II.
- African Phoneutria (Ctenidae sp. "Red Fang") dancing :)
African "Phoneutria" doing its defensive behaviour dance :) very impressive species! though they don't belong to the phoneutria genus.
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Scrabble value of C3T1E1N1I1D2A1E1
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