Sicariidae

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Sicariidae

(si″kar″ī′ĭ-dē) [ Sicarius, a genus name + -idae]
A family of poisonous spiders that includes the brown recluse (Loxosceles reclusa) and other Loxosceles species.
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The spider genus Loxosceles in North America, Central America, and the West Indies (Araneae, Loxoscelidae).
y Ovis aries), un ave (Nothoprocta ornata), un reptil (Liolaemussp.), un escorpion (Brachistosternus ninapo), dos familias de aranas (Loxoscelidae y Lycosidae), dos de coleopteros (Tenebrionidae y Scarabaeidae), una de himenopteros (Sphecidae), una de plantas (Cactaceae); y ademas, invertebrados y vegetacion no determinada (coleopteros, himenopteros, tallos y raices).
In fact, the World Health Organization considers four genera of spiders to be of real medical interest due to the clinical manifestations them cause, and the lethality of their venom, three of them belonging to the infraorder Araneomorphae: Latrodectus, Theridiidae family; Loxosceles, Loxoscelidae family; Phoneutria, Ctenidae family.
Sin embargo, la Organizacion Mundial de la Salud (OMS) considera cuatro generos de aranas de verdadero interes medico por las manifestaciones clinicas y la letalidad de sus venenos; tres de ellos pertenecen al infraorden Araneomorphae, asi: Latrodectus, familia Theridiidae; Loxosceles, familia Loxoscelidae; Phoneutria, familia Ctenidae.
The spider genus Loxosceles in North America, and the West Indies (Araneae, Loxoscelidae).
The genus was originally placed in the family Sicariidae by Simon and has bounced around to the Scytodidae and Loxoscelidae. It was transferred back to the family Sicariidae based on spinneret morphology (Platnick et al.
The brown recluse spider, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch and Mulaik (Araneae: Loxoscelidae).
Effects of diet on the development of Loxosceles laeta (Nicolet) (Araneae, Loxoscelidae).