Agelenidae

The Agelenidae are a large family of spiders in the suborder Araneomorphae. Well-known examples include the common `grass spiders` of the genus Agelenopsis. Nearly all Agelenidae are harmless to humans, but the bite of the `hobo spider` (Eratigena agrestis) may be medically significant and there is evidence that it might cause necrotic lesions...
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Agelenidae

Agelenidae are a family of spiders, the members of which vary, with genera being moved into other families by some naturalists. The Agelenidae spin a tubular retreat from which extends either a small collar of silk, or a sheet of silk which may be large or small, and may be slightly funnel-shaped. The spiders grab prey falling onto or landing on th...
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