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Tibellus maritimus is a species of running crab spider in the family Philodromidae. It is found in North America, Europe, Caucasus, Russia, Central Asia, and China.
Tibellus maritimus can be reliably distinguished from some similar species such as T. oblongus and T. asiaticus by the absence of two dark spots on the dorsal abdomen. T.maritimus is the only Tibellus in the Canadian portion of its range that does not have these spots.
The Araneomorphae are an infraorder of spiders. They are distinguished by having chelicerae (fangs) that point diagonally forward and cross in a pinching action, in contrast to the Mygalomorphae, where they point straight down. Most of the spiders that people encounter in daily life belong to the Araneomorphae.
Philodromidae, also known as philodromid crab spiders and running crab spiders, is a family of araneomorph spiders first described by Tord Tamerlan Teodor Thorell in 1870. It contains over 600 species in thirty genera. Most are dull colored- brown, gray, yellowish or mottled with a leaf-like cardiac mark on the anterior dorsal abdomen, and seldom reach above 10 millimetres (0.39 in) long. None of the species build webs, but they do use silk for draglines and egg sacs.
T. asiaticus may refer to:
C. maritimus may refer to:
Bromus maritimus is a species of brome grass known by the common names maritime brome and seaside brome. It is native to the coastal areas of California and Oregon.
Tibellus is a genus of slender crab spiders described by Simon in 1875, belonging to the order Araneae, family Philodromidae. Species of this genus are present in Eurasia, Africa, Americas and Australia.
Tibellus macellus is a spider found from Europe to Central Asia.
Tibellus oblongus is a spider with a Holarctic distribution.
Chaerea is a monotypic genus of cribellate araneomorph spiders in the family Dictynidae containing the single species, Chaerea maritimus. It was first described by Eugène Simon in 1884, and has only been found in Algeria, in Spain, in France, in Italy, and in Greece.
Tibellus duttoni is a species of running crab spider in the family Philodromidae. It is found in the United States and Mexico.
Halacritus maritimus is a species of clown beetle in the family Histeridae. It is found in North America.
Halacritus is a genus of clown beetles in the family Histeridae. There are more than 20 described species in Halacritus.
Blissus arenarius is a species of true bug in the family Blissidae. It is found in North America.
Mastophora phrynosoma is a species of orb weaver in the spider family Araneidae. It is found in the United States. Like all known species of the genus Mastophora, adult females are bolas spiders, capturing their prey with one or more sticky drops at the end of a single line of silk rather than in a web. Males and juvenile females capture their prey directly with their legs.
Arctosa perita is a species of wolf spider in the family Lycosidae. It is found in Europe, North Africa, Turkey, Caucasus, Russia, and has been introduced into Canada.
Phidippus comatus is a species of jumping spider in the family Salticidae. It is found in North America.
Promecotarsus is a genus of true weevils in the beetle family Curculionidae. There are at least three described species in Promecotarsus.
Anthicus maritimus is a species of antlike flower beetle in the family Anthicidae. It is found in Central America and North America.