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Encyclopedia > Arthrolycosidae

Arthrolycosidae is a family of primitive spiders that bear some resemblance to the wolf spiders. Families Suborder Mesothelae     Liphistiidae (primitive burrowing spiders)     Arthrolycosidae (primitive spiders)     Arthromygalidae (primitive spiders) Suborder Mygalomorphae     Antrodiaetidae (folding trapdoor spider)     Atypidae (atypical tarantula)     Ctenizidae (trapdoor spider)     Cyrtaucheniidae (wafer trapdoor spider)     Dipluridae (funnel-web tarantula)     Hexathelidae (venomous funnel-web tarantula)     Mecicobothriidae (dwarf tarantulas)     Theraphosidae (tarantula) Suborder Araneomorphae     Agelenidae (araneomorph funnel-web spider...


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Mesothelae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (300 words)
Image of a carboniferous mesothelae chasing a Petrolacosaurus
Mesothelae is one suborder of spiders that include the families Liphistiidae, Heptathelidae, Arthrolycosidae, and Arthromygalidae.
The latter two families are known only from fossil records.
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