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Titiotus flavescens is a species of false wolf spiders & wandering spiders in the family Zoropsidae. It is found in the United States.
Anthericum is a genus of about 65 species, rhizomatous perennial plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae. It was formerly placed in its own family, Anthericeae. The species have rhizomatous or tuberous roots, long narrow leaves and branched stems carrying starry white flowers. The members of this genus occur mainly in the tropics and southern Africa and Madagascar, but are also represented in Europe.
The plains pocket mouse is a heteromyid rodent of North America. It ranges from southwestern Minnesota and southeastern North Dakota to northern Texas east of the Rockies, and from northern Utah and Colorado to northern Chihuahua west of the Rockies.
Pachomius is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. Uspachia was merged into genus Romitia in 2007, and all nine species were merged into Pachomius in 2015. The name is derived from Pachomius, the founder of cenobitic monasticism.
Plexippoides is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Jerzy Prószyński in 1984. The name means "having the likeness of Plexippus"
Windsor Great Cave is a 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) long cave in Trelawny Parish on the north coast of Jamaica. The land external to the main entrance is owned by the WWF (UK), and access is often denied by the Windsor Research Centre who act as their proxy.
Argyrodes flavescens, commonly called the red and silver dewdrop spider is a species of spider belonging to the family Theridiidae. It is widely distributed in Southeast Asia and is also found in Sri Lanka. Like other members of this genus, this species is a kleptoparasite, living on the web of a larger spider and feeding off its prey. A. flavescens most commonly inhabits the webs of araneids.
T. flavescens may refer to:
Nisueta is a genus of East African huntsman spiders that was first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1880.
Titiotus californicus is a species of araneomorphic Araneae of the family Zoropsidae that can be found in the state of California, after which it is aptly named. The species was first described by Eugène Simon in 1897 in his encyclopedic work Histoire Naturelle des Araignées.
Titiotus is a genus of American false wolf spiders that was first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1897.
Brachyopa flavescens is a species of syrphid fly in the family Syrphidae.
Sepsisoma flavescens is a species of fly in the family Richardiidae.
Triaenodes flavescens is a species of long-horned caddisfly in the family Leptoceridae. It is found in North America.
Titiotus shantzi is a species of false wolf spiders & wandering spiders in the family Zoropsidae. It is found in the United States.
Agnetina flavescens, the midwestern stone, is a species of common stonefly in the family Perlidae. It is found in North America.
Titiotus costa is a species of false wolf spiders & wandering spiders in the family Zoropsidae. It is found in the United States.
Clubiona kastoni, the kaston sac spider, is a species of sac spider in the family Clubionidae. It is found in the United States and Canada.
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.
Phidippus comatus is a species of jumping spider in the family Salticidae. It is found in North America.
Heptagenia flavescens is a species of flatheaded mayfly in the family Heptageniidae. It is found in Central America and North America.
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