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Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of chelicerae at 42x magnification  -  Albert Lleal
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00780242 Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of chelicerae at 42x magnification© Albert Lleal
Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 14x magnification  -  Albert Lleal
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00780241 Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 14x magnification© Albert Lleal
Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 21x magnification, showing six eyes  -  Albert Lleal
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00780240 Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 21x magnification, showing six eyes© Albert Lleal
Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 19x magnification, showing six eyes  -  Albert Lleal
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00780239 Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) SEM close-up view of face at 19x magnification, showing six eyes© Albert Lleal
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae), Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771468 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae), Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) close up portrait, Tiputini, Ecuador  -  Mark Moffett
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00750963 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) close up portrait, Tiputini, Ecuador© Mark Moffett
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae), Pedro Luro, Argentina
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00574542 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae), Pedro Luro, Argentina© Agustin Esmoris
Wolf Spider (Hogna radiata) eyes, magnified 70 times, Barcelona, Spain
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00560341 Wolf Spider (Hogna radiata) eyes, magnified 70 times, Barcelona, Spain© Albert Lleal
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) and lichen, on rocks, Minnesota
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00559383 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) and lichen, on rocks, Minnesota© Jim Brandenburg
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) mother carrying juveniles on back with egg sac attached to spinnerets, North America  -  Steve Gettle
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00535794 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) mother carrying juveniles on back with egg sac attached to spinnerets, North America© Steve Gettle
Wolf Spider (Trochosa terricola), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00513183 Wolf Spider (Trochosa terricola), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) female with hatchlings carried on her back, Barbilla National Park, Costa Rica  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00478963 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) female with hatchlings carried on her back, Barbilla National Park, Costa Rica© Piotr Naskrecki
Wolf Spider (Hogna sp), Mindo, western slope of Andes, Ecuador  -  James Christensen
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00477834 Wolf Spider (Hogna sp), Mindo, western slope of Andes, Ecuador© James Christensen
Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), United Kingdom  -  Stephen Dalton
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00477792 Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), United Kingdom© Stephen Dalton
Pond Pirate Spider (Pirata piraticus) on the surface with egg-sac, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00456546 Pond Pirate Spider (Pirata piraticus) on the surface with egg-sac, England© Stephen Dalton
Pond Pirate Spider (Pirata piraticus) with egg-sac on pond surface, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00453083 Pond Pirate Spider (Pirata piraticus) with egg-sac on pond surface, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Pardosa sp) with egg-sac  -  Stephen Dalton
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00453050 Wolf Spider (Pardosa sp) with egg-sac© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) leg attracting attention during courtship, Costa Rica  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452918 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) leg attracting attention during courtship, Costa Rica© Stephen Dalton
Pirate Spider (Pirata sp) with egg sac on pond, UK  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452916 Pirate Spider (Pirata sp) with egg sac on pond, UK© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Arctosa perita) peering out of dune retreat, UK  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452915 Wolf Spider (Arctosa perita) peering out of dune retreat, UK© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452852 Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452851 Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452850 Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea) feeding on prey, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452839 Wolf Spider (Arctosa cinerea) feeding on prey, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) eating prey with young on back, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452836 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) eating prey with young on back, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) eating prey with young on back, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452835 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) eating prey with young on back, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) with young on back  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452789 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) with young on back© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola) with fly, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452787 Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola) with fly, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452786 Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452785 Wolf Spider (Trochosa ruricola), England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Xerolycosa miniata) male with prey, Camber Sands, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452784 Wolf Spider (Xerolycosa miniata) male with prey, Camber Sands, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Xerolycosa miniata) male with prey, Camber Sands, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452783 Wolf Spider (Xerolycosa miniata) male with prey, Camber Sands, England© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) eyes and palps  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452380 Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) eyes and palps© Stephen Dalton
Wolf Spider (Pardosa sp), southern Texas  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00446791 Wolf Spider (Pardosa sp), southern Texas© Cyril Ruoso
Wolf Spider (Aglaoctenus castaneus) on web, Amazon, Ecuador  -  Murray Cooper
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00443813 Wolf Spider (Aglaoctenus castaneus) on web, Amazon, Ecuador© Murray Cooper
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) mother carrying young on her back, Peloponnese, Greece  -  Konrad Wothe
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00420053 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) mother carrying young on her back, Peloponnese, Greece© Konrad Wothe
Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) on grass, St. Nazaire le Desert, France  -  Silvia Reiche
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00285958 Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) on grass, St. Nazaire le Desert, France© Silvia Reiche
Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) on grass, St. Nazaire le Desert, France  -  Silvia Reiche
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00285957 Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) on grass, St. Nazaire le Desert, France© Silvia Reiche
Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) portrait on sand, native to Europe  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240537 Wolf Spider (Lycosa tarantula) portrait on sand, native to Europe© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) with egg sack, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea  -  Gerry Ellis
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00205423 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) with egg sack, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea© Gerry Ellis
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) female with egg sac, Alaska  -  Michael Quinton
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00161132 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) female with egg sac, Alaska© Michael Quinton
Jumping Spider (Portia fimbriata) hunts Spider (Hygropoda dolomedes) by plucking strands of web to mimic motions of a trapped insect, when (Hygropoda) investigates, Portia attacks, Queensland, Austral...  -  Mark Moffett
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00123399 Jumping Spider (Portia fimbriata) hunts Spider (Hygropoda dolomedes) by plucking strands of web to mimic motions of a trapped insect, when (Hygropoda) investigates, Portia attacks, Queensland, Austral...© Mark Moffett
Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) showing multiple eyes and large mandibles, Spain
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00562432 Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) showing multiple eyes and large mandibles, Spain© Karl Van Ginderdeuren/ Buiten-beeld
Main's Wolf Spider (Lycosa maini), Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250164 Main's Wolf Spider (Lycosa maini), Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Main's Wolf Spider (Lycosa maini), Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250163 Main's Wolf Spider (Lycosa maini), Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) portrait, 24 kilometers northeast of Kitchener, Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250162 Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) portrait, 24 kilometers northeast of Kitchener, Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) close up of face showing multiple eyes and palps, Bank Rock, Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250158 Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) close up of face showing multiple eyes and palps, Bank Rock, Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) emerging from its burrow near Mt Dimer, Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250099 Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) emerging from its burrow near Mt Dimer, Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) emerging from its burrow near Mt Dimer, Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250098 Forrest's Wolf Spider (Lycosa forresti) emerging from its burrow near Mt Dimer, Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) mother with young spiderlings on her back, Bank Rock, Western Australia  -  Greg Harold/ Auscape
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00250080 Wolf Spider (Lycosa sp) mother with young spiderlings on her back, Bank Rock, Western Australia© Greg Harold/ Auscape
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