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Family Zoropsidae - False Wolf Spiders & Wandering Spiders

Red body spider unknown spider... looks similar to a wolf or grass spider, but i dont think its either. - Zoropsis spinimana Some form Wolf spider? - Zoropsis spinimana The one that came to dinner - Zoropsis spinimana Titiotus shantzi Velvety brown spider found in Oracle, Az Velvety brown spider found in Oracle, Az Zorocrates - female
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Araneae (Spiders)
Infraorder Araneomorphae (True Spiders)
No Taxon (Entelegynes )
Family Zoropsidae (False Wolf Spiders & Wandering Spiders)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
All species in the family Tengellidae and Zorocratidae were moved to Zoropsidae by Polotow, Carmichael, & Griswold, 2015.(1)
Numbers
Genus Anachemmis - 5 species
Genus Lauricius - 1 species
Genus Liocranoides - 5 species
Genus Socalchemmis - 14 species
Genus Titiotus - 16 species
Genus Zorocrates - 5 species
Genus Zoropsis - 1 species
Identification
Zoropsid egg sacs are "attached to the substrate and covered by a tangle of cribellate silk," according to the Spiders of North America manual. ~ Charley Eiseman, 5 June, 2009 - 12:47pm
Works Cited
1.Total evidence analysis of the phylogenetic relationships of Lycosoidea spiders (Araneae, Entelegynae)
Polotow, Carmichael, & Griswold. 2015. Invertebrate Systematics 29: 124-163.