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A fairly large one, around 5-6cm of leg span.
Look at the arrow in its abdomen, characteristc of the species
Aranha Lycosa com filhotes, encontrei na ...
About 5 cm big, found in bedroom.
About 5-6 cm leg span
Lycosa erythrognatha and a Spider Wasp ...
Lycosa is a genus of wolf spiders. More ...
Urbanized area (garden)
Fem. Wolf spider (Lycosa species) with egg ...
Spotted in my kitchen. Including legs it measured about 6-7 cm.
Aranha-de-jardim, Aranha-de-grama or Aranha-lobo (Portuguese)
Female with young on her back
We found this wolf spider on a rock.
Medium size spider
A male wolf spider about .
I spotted this spider in Euboea island, Greece
This is a small one. 3cm long.
Another one, small , 3 cm in the grass.
Common in grass, very fast and hard to catch, family Lycosidae.
Found several of these spiders in an open field in a pumpkin.
Near a man made waterski lake.
Brown and black body, legs have black stripes
We found this beautiful spider in the school garden!
Female with young on her back.
In Brazil these spiders are often, wrongly called tarantulas.
Fem. Wolf spider (Lycosa species) with ...
This spider was visiting us walking calmly around what seems to be its house ...
Género: Lycosa sp.
This wolf spider was in my garden. Gray, measuring about 5cm, carrying an egg ...