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Hobo spiders - known by the scientific name Tegenaria agrestis - look like common house spiders but are bigger, with thicker, hairy legs.
Coleoxestia vittata, Eurysthea lacordairei (Lacordaire), Juiaparus batus lacordairei (Gahan), Pteracantha agrestis Monne & Monne and S.
1% Unknown lacordairei (Gahan, 1892) Pteracantha agrestis 2 < 0.
2001) observed no captures of Microtus agrestis in elevated traps, while three other rodent species exploited the upper vegetation stratum extensively, and two additional rodent species exploited that stratum to a lesser degree.
agrestis was significantly positively correlated with grass cover and showed a significant negative association with bare ground and tree density.
In Pardosa agrestis (Araneae, Lycosidae), the most common ground dwelling spider in Central European fields, copulation typically takes more than two hours.
agrestis is common throughout the Pacific Northwest.
agrestis voles, among the most numerous mammals in mainland Britain, have not been shown to be primary carriers of a specific hantavirus, although recent studies suggest that they might be involved in the maintenance of Tula virus in Germany (10).
araneus shrew 3 0 Isosaari (TBEV-Eur) 2008 Microtus agrestis vole 71 3 ([paragraph]) S.
Cowpox virus infection in natural field vole Microtus agrestis populations: delayed density dependence and individual risk.
Antibodies were also detected in Apodemus sylvaticus, Microtus agrestis, Micromys minutis, captive-housed Cynomys ludovicianus, and Rattus norvegicus.
agrarius, four Microtus agrestis, and three Mus musculus were captured.