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Sicariidae violin-shaped with restricted Loxosceles spp.
Of the potential new species, five were classified in Lycosidae, three in Araneidae, two in Salticidae, two in Thomisidae, and one each in Diguetidae, Sicariidae, and Scytodidae.
Ocho familias fueron comunes para ambas situaciones; estas fueron Anyphaenidae (1,3% del total capturado), Araneidae (5,6%), Gnaphosidae (8,6%), Lycosidae (3,0%), Sicariidae (32,2%), Theridiidae (15,7%), Titanoecidae (3,5%) y Zodariidae (6,5%).
Los individuos de las familias Dysderidae, Scytodidae, Segestridae, Sicariidae, Tetragnathidae, Theridiidae y Titanoecidae fueron determinados a nivel generico y/o especifico mediante comparacion con material de la coleccion aracnologica de la Universidad de La Serena, Chile.
Por otro lado, las familias Barychelidae, Caponiidae, Dictynidae, Nephilidae, Philodromidae y Sicariidae, presentaron la menor riqueza, con una sola morfoespecie y la menor abundancia, con tan solo un individuo (Tabla 1).
CHECKLIST OF ARTHROPODS COLLECTED IN THE TELTECA RESERVE ARACHNIDA ARANEAE Migalomorpha Nemesiidae Theraphosidae Araneomorpha Amaurobidae Anyphaenidae Araneidae Coriniidae Ctenidae Diguetidae Filistatidae Gnaphosidae Hahniidae Hersiliidae Heteropodidae Lyniphiidae Lycosidae Prodidomidae Salticidae Sicariidae Sicarius sp.
During the course of the study, spiders in the families Gnaphosidae (ground spiders), Sicariidae (recluse spiders), Oecobiidae, Pholcidae (daddy-longleg spiders) and Scytodidae were collected exclusively in pitfall traps.
Spiders belonging to Gnaphosidae, Sicariidae, Oecobiidae, Pholcidae and Scytodidae were obtained only in pitfall traps.
The genus was originally placed in the family Sicariidae by Simon and has bounced around to the Scytodidae and Loxoscelidae.
There are only a few studies in spiders that characterize banding patterns of chromosomes; the distribution of C heterochromatin is known in eleven Sparassidae, eight Araneidae, five Lycosidae, four Tetragnathidae, two Nephilidae, two Sicariidae, one Scytodidae, and one Salticidae species, and G-banding was performed only in Lycosa thorelli (Keyserling 1877) (Lycosidae) and P.
In the other 11 haplogyne families, specifically Diguetidae, Drymusidae, Dysderidae, Filistatidae, Leptonetidae, Ochyroceratidae, Plectreuridae, Scytodidae, Segestriidae, Sicariidae, and Tetrablemmidae, from which 28 species have been cytogenetically characterized (Hackman 1948; Suzuki 1954; Becak & Becak 1960; Diaz & Saez 1966a, 1966b; Benavente & Wettstein 1980; Silva 1988; Tugmon et al.
Others" include Dysderidae, Hahniidae, Liocranidae, Miturgidae, Nesticidae, Oecobiidae, Oonopidae, Scytodidae, Sicariidae, Sparassidae, Theridiosomatidae, Uloboridae, and Zorapsidae.