Naphrys
Naphrys est un genre d'araignées aranéomorphes de la famille des Salticidae.

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Naphrys - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naphrys is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders). Its four described species occur in North America from Canada to Mexico. The name is a ...
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Naphrys pulex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naphrys pulex is a species of spider from a Salticidae family, that is widely distributed in Canada and the United States. Description[edit source | edit].
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Species Naphrys pulex - BugGuide.Net
Jumping Spider - Naphrys pulex - female Another little jumper - Naphrys pulex Naphrys pulex - male Spider pair - Naphrys pulex - male - female tiny jumper ...
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Naphrys - Catalogue - Jumping Spiders of the World
type species: acerba. N.: Edwards 2002a: 68-69. . MF acerba (Peckham et Peckham, 1909) USA: Texas, Georgia; Mexico Habrocestum acerbum Peckham, ...
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Naphrys
[Title Page] [List of Genera] [Descriptions of New Taxa] [Geographical Distribution ] [Color Photographs] See also Catalogue of Salticidae [ Title page] List of ...
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Male Jumping Spider (Naphrys pulex) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
11 Jun 2010 ... This is a male Naphrys pulex jumping spider. This spider comes from a tribe named Euophryini, which is spread out all over the world.
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Naphrys acerba at Arachnida : Araneae : Salticidae : jumping spiders
Naphrys acerba: Worldwide database of jumping spiders (Arachnida: Araneae: Salticidae) presented by Dr. Heiko Metzner: morphology, taxonomy, distribution, ...
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spider fight between a young Hacklemesh weaver and a Naphrys pulex, jumper wins - Naphrys pulex, chowing down - Naphrys pulex. Naphrys pulex, Naphrys ...
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A Jumping Spider - Naphrys pulex - Overview - Encyclopedia of Life
Species recognized by Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS): Animalia + · Arthropoda + · Chelicerata + · Arachnida + · Araneae + · Salticidae ...
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Naphrys pulex (Hentz 1846). 3. 14. 1. 3. –. 1. –. 2. Neon nellii ...... Rapport de recherche : Université du Québec à Montréal. i-xvi + 1–337 p. HÉBERT, C., 1995.
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Common Spiders of North America
Common Spiders of North America
Richard A. Bradley, 2012
... Male TBL 4.3–5.5 mm (see page 187) Habronattus agilis, adult female, adult male Female TBL 5.2–6.4 mm, Male TBL 5.0–5.5 mm (see page 187) Naphrys pulex, adult male, adult female Female TBL 4.5–5.5 mm, Male TBL 4.0–5.5 mm ( see ...
Medical and Surgical Reporter
Medical and Surgical Reporter
Harold Havelock Kynett, D G. Brinton, Samuel Worcester Butler, 1869
R. Sulphuris iodidi, gr. x. Adipis, Jj. To be rubbed in morning and evening. Internally, Donovan's solution, as above, ter die. • Entered acoo-ding to Act of Congress, in tb'T'". 1K69. by Quo. H. Naphrys. M.D , In the Clerk's o&V'Oi the District Court ...
The Microscope: An Illustrated Monthly
The Microscope: An Illustrated Monthly
1892
The most common of the Heliozoa is Actz'Naphrys sol, which occurs in pools of standing water almost everywhere among floating plants. Under a low power of the microscope it is a colorless, spherical body,4-I00ths to I2-100ths mm. in ...
General technical report NRS
General technical report NRS
United States. Forest Service. Northern Research Station, 2007
Pickard-Cambridge, 18918 SALTICIDAE Habronalaus waugte (Emerton, 1926) Naphrys aelex (Mentz, 18186) Peleghna galathea (8alckenaer, 183D) Dutelina elegans (Mentz, 18186) Dutelina foauiceria (Emerton, P98 Columbia, Washington ...
Glasgow Medical Journal
Glasgow Medical Journal
1879
Naphrys— Modern Medical Therapeutic 377. Neale— Medical Digest, 203. Pollocr— Notes on Rheumatism, 38. Richardson— Nature of Life, 196. Ringer— The rapcu tics, 38. Royal Society' of London— Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 203.
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Male Jumping Spider (Naphrys pulex) | Flickr : partage de photos !
This is a male Naphrys pulex jumping spider. This spider comes from a tribe named Euophryini, which is spread out all over the world. North America has four described species. In fact its genus name "Naphrys" is actually a contraction for "North American Euophrys". This is the most widely-distributed Naphrys in eastern North America, found from the East Coast to wooded areas in the tall grass prairies west of the Mississippi River. N. pulex can be very common in mesic hardwood forests, at or near the ground in leaf litter, on rocky outcrops, on bark, or on buildings. Raynox DCR-150 and DCR-250, stacked and mounted on my Panasonic FZ8.
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Minnesota Spiders: Jumping Spider (Naphrys pulex)
A collection of macro photographs of spiders found in Minnesota
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"A review of the Nearctic jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) of the " by G. B. Edwards
The generic and specific composition of the Nearctic jumping spiders of the subfamily Euophryinae north of Mexico is reviewed, and the biogeographic affinities of the constituent groups are diagnosed. The five North American species of Habrocestum are removed from that non-euophryine genus; four are placed in the New Genus Naphrys, type species Habrocestum acerbum Peckham & Peckham 1909, creating the following New Combinations: Naphrys acerba (Peckham & Peckham), Naphrys bufoides (Chamberlin & Ivie 1944), Naphrys pulex (Hentz 1846), and Naphrys xerophila (Richman 1981). The fifth species is not an euophryine, and becomes Chinattus parvulus (Banks 1895), New Combination. Four species placed in the genus Tylogonus, another non-euophryine genus, are removed to the New Genus Mexigonus, type species Sidusa minuta F.O.P.-Cambridge 1901, creating the following New Combinations: Mexigonus arizonensis (Banks 1904), Mexigonus dentichelis ( F.O.P.-Cambridge 1901), Mexigonus minutus (F.O.P.-Cambridge), and Mexigonus morosus (Peckham & Peckham 1888). One of the two species of Nearctic Euophrys has been misplaced, and becomes Chalcoscirtus diminutus (Banks 1896), New Combination. New state records are reported for Chalcoscirtus diminutus [Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico], Mexigonus minutus [California], Naphrys acerba [New Mexico], and Pseudeuophrys erratica (Walckenaer 1826) [New York]. Of the eight known euophryine genera with Nearctic representatives, Anasaitis (one species) and Corythalia (two species) are considered Neotropical in origin, whereas Chalcoscirtus (three species), Euophrys (one species), and Talavera (one species) are considered Holarctic. The Palaearctic Pseudeuophrys erratica is introduced. The affinities of the apparently endemic Nearctic Naphrys (four species) and Mexigonus (f our species) are uncertain at this time. Although not an euophryine, the presence of a species of Chinattus in eastern North America is biogeographically interesting, as the other species in the genus are Asian; it joins a diversity of taxa with this distribution.
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Jumping Spider (Naphrys pulex) | Flickr : partage de photos !
Jumping Spider (Naphrys pulex)
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Georgia Jumping Spiders (including New Species!) | John Koerner's Official Blog
Georgia Jumping Spiders (including New Species!)
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