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Gnaphosidae

(Family)

Overview

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A Family in the Kingdom Animalia.

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Taxonomy

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The Family Gnaphosidae is a member of the Superfamily Gnaphosoidea. Here is the complete "parentage" of Gnaphosidae:

The Family Gnaphosidae is further organized into finer groupings including:

Genera

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Allodrassus

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Allozelotes

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Amazoromus

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Amusia

Amusia is a musical disorder that appears mainly as a defect in processing pitch, but it also encompasses musical memory and recognition. Two main classifications of amusia exist: acquired amusia, which occurs as a result of brain damage, and congenital amusia, which results from a music processing anomaly at birth. [more]

Anagraphis

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Aneplasa

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Anzacia

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Aphantaulax

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Apodrassodes

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Apodrassus

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Apopyllus

Apopyllus is a spider genus in the family Gnaphosidae. [more]

Aracus

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Asemesthes

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Asiabadus

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Australoechemus

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Battalus

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Benoitodes

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Berinda

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Berlandina

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Cabanadrassus

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Callilepis

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Camillina

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Ceryerda

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Cesonia

Cesonia is a genus of spider in the Gnaphosidae family. [more]

Cessonia

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Cladothela

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Coillina

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Coreodrassus

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Cryptodrassus

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Cubanopyllus

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Diaphractus

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Drassodes

Drassodes is a spider genus in the family Gnaphosidae. They can reach a length of about 20mm; the brownish spiders live under rocks or bark in mostly dry habitats. [more]

Drassus

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Drassyllus

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Drassylus

Echemella

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Echemographis

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Echemoides

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Echemus

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Eilica

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Epicharitus

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Epikurtomma

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Fedotovia

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Gertschosa

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Gnaphosa

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Haplodrassus

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Hemicloea

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Herpyllus

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Heser

Hitobia

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Homoeothele

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Hongkongia

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Hypodrassodes

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Intruda

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Kaitawa

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Kirmaka

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Kishidaia

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Ladissa

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Laronius

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Latonigena

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Leptodrassus

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Litopyllus

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Maniana

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Matua

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Megamyrmaecion

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Megamyrmaekion

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Micaria

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Microdrassus

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Microsa

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Micythus

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Minosia

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Minosiella

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Nauhea

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Nodocion

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Nomisia

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Notiodrassus

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Odontodrassus

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Orodrassus

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Parabonna

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Parasyrisca

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Phaeocedus

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Poecilochroa

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Prosthesima

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Pseudodrassus

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Pterochroa

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Pterotricha

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Pterotrichina

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Sanitubius

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Scopoides

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Scotocesonia

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Scotognapha

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Scotophaeoides

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Scotophaeus

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Sergiolus

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Sernokorba

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Setaphis

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Shiragaia

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Sidydrassus

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Sillemia

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Siruasus

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Smionia

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Sosticus

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Symphanodes

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Synaphosus

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Talanites

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Titus

Titus (Latin: ; 30 December 39 ? 13 September 81), was Roman Emperor from 79 to 81. A member of the Flavian dynasty, Titus succeeded his father Vespasian upon his death, thus becoming the first Roman Emperor to come to the throne after his own father. [more]

Trachyzelotes

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Trephopoda

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Trichothyse

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Tuvadrassus

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Upognampa

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Urozelotes

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Vectius

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Xenoplectus

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Xerophaeus

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Xizangia

A genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Zelominor

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Zelotes

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Zelotibia

Zimiromus

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At least 41 species and subspecies belong to the Genus Zimiromus.

More info about the Genus Zimiromus may be found here.

Sources

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Last Revised: October 03, 2013
2013/10/03 19:35:35