wolf spider

NOUN
  1. ground spider that hunts its prey instead of using a web
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  • A wolf spider treads perilously on the rim of a South American pitcher plant, perhaps looking to prey on insects drawn to the plant's strong nectar scent.
  • The rest of the list of Asia also include South Korea's food, and Cambodia "fry the dog meat Wolf spider (a big fluffy appearance.
  • Wolf spiders provide an interesting taxon to examine indirectly mediated predator-prey interactions because, in addition to excreta, they also leave a silk dragline behind them while moving through the environment.
  • Trapped underwater, a female salt marsh-dwelling wolf spider (seen in an undated photo)--one of 120 in a recent experiment (full story)--is on the verge of drowning, and "resurrection.
  • The ISSR and SRAP system were both suitable for the analysis of genetic diversity of the wolf spider and other spiders.
  • The common wolf spider has no web, but the female is a gentle parent who encases her eggs in a silken bundle which she carries wherever she goes.
  • A wolf spider treads perilously on the rim of a South American pitcher plant, perhaps looking to prey on insects drawn to the plant's strong nectar scent.
  • Female wolf spiders may allow young to climb on their backs and transport them.
  • A few species of French wolf spiders have been found to survive underwater "drownings," reviving after several hours in "comas. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Hunting spiders such as the wolf spider have eight eyes in three rows with the top set being the largest and most developed.
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