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Für viele Menschen klingt es wie ein Horrorfilm: Auf einem Feld im Norden Australiens leben geschätzte Taranteln. Ein Spinnenforscher. Eine Tarantel-Art breitet sich zunehmend in Österreich aus. Hannover. In Deutschland sind Taranteln bisher maximal in Terrarien oder im Zoo. [1] apulische Tarantel; wissenschaftlich: Lycosa tarentula. Gegenwörter: [1] „​Die Füße eingegrabener Taranteln ragten aus dem Sand.“ Redewendungen.

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Als Tarantel werden überwiegend verschiedene großwüchsige Spinnen aus der Familie Lycosidae und seltener auch einzelne Arten aus der Familie der Vogelspinnen bezeichnet, allerdings gilt die Bezeichnung „Tarantel“ nicht als Synonym für die. Als Tarantel werden überwiegend verschiedene großwüchsige Spinnen aus der Familie Lycosidae (Wolfsspinnen) und seltener auch einzelne Arten aus der. Die Südrussische oder Russische Tarantel (Lycosa singoriensis, Syn. Allohogna singoriensis) ist eine Spinne innerhalb der Familie der Wolfsspinnen. Tarantel oder Vogelspinne? Immer wieder werden Taranteln und Vogelspinnen verwechselt. Dabei handelt es sich um zwei unterschiedliche Spinnenfamilien. Und was tun, wenn eine Tarantel das Bein hochkrabbelt? Da hätte die Passagierin falsch gehandelt. Der Expertentipp lautet: „Niemals anfassen! Für viele Menschen klingt es wie ein Horrorfilm: Auf einem Feld im Norden Australiens leben geschätzte Taranteln. Ein Spinnenforscher. Durch ungewöhnlich warme Temperaturen ist die Paarungszeit der Taranteln in der Bay Area dieses Jahr sehr lang. Wanderer sehen sie auf.

Taranteln

Eine Tarantel-Art breitet sich zunehmend in Österreich aus. Hannover. In Deutschland sind Taranteln bisher maximal in Terrarien oder im Zoo. Durch ungewöhnlich warme Temperaturen ist die Paarungszeit der Taranteln in der Bay Area dieses Jahr sehr lang. Wanderer sehen sie auf. Für viele Menschen klingt es wie ein Horrorfilm: Auf einem Feld im Norden Australiens leben geschätzte Taranteln. Ein Spinnenforscher. Taranteln

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The term may appear as tarantello in a linguistically masculine construction. In the Italian province of Taranto , Apulia , the bite of a locally common type of wolf spider , named "tarantula" after the region, [3] was popularly believed to be highly venomous and to lead to a hysterical condition known as tarantism.

Lowe Thompson proposed that the dance is a survival from a " Dianic or Dionysiac cult", driven underground. In BC the tarantella went underground, reappearing under the guise of emergency therapy for bite victims.

The stately courtship tarantella danced by a couple or couples, short in duration, is graceful and elegant and features characteristic music.

On the other hand, the supposedly curative or symptomatic tarantella was danced solo by a victim of a Lycosa tarantula spider bite not to be confused with what is commonly known as a tarantula today ; it was agitated in character, lasted for hours or even up to days, and featured characteristic music.

However, other forms of the dance were and still are couple dances usually either mimicking courtship or a sword fight.

The confusion appears to arrive from the fact that the spiders, the condition, its sufferers 'tarantolati' , and the dances all have similar names to the city of Taranto.

The dance originated in the Apulia region, and spread throughout the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. The Neapolitan tarantella is a courtship dance performed by couples whose "rhythms, melodies, gestures, and accompanying songs are quite distinct" featuring faster more cheerful music.

Its origins may further lie in "a fifteenth-century fusion between the Spanish Fandango and the Moresque 'ballo di sfessartia'. The dance was later applied as a supposed cure for the behavior of neurotic women 'Carnevaletto delle donne'.

The tarantella is most frequently played with a mandolin , a guitar, an accordion and tambourines. Flute , fiddle , trumpet and clarinet are also used.

The tarantella is a dance in which the dancer and the drum player constantly try to upstage each other by playing faster or dancing longer than the other, subsequently tiring one person out first.

Tarantism, as a ritual, is supposed to have roots in the ancient myths. Reportedly, victims who had collapsed or were convulsing would begin to dance with appropriate music and be revived as if a tarantula had bitten them.

The fang size of this tarantula reaches a maximum of 3. Theraphosa apophysis the pinkfoot goliath was described years after the goliath birdeater, so its characteristics are not as well attested.

Two other species, Lasiodora parahybana the Brazilian salmon birdeater and Lasiodora klugi , rival the size of the two goliath spiders.

Most species of North American tarantulas are brown. Elsewhere, species have been found that variously display cobalt blue Cyriopagopus lividus , black with white stripes Aphonopelma seemanni , yellow leg markings Eupalaestrus campestratus , metallic blue legs with vibrant orange abdomen and green prosoma Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens.

Their natural habitats include savanna , grassland such as in the pampas , rainforest , desert , scrubland , mountains , and cloud forest. They are generally classed among the terrestrial types.

They are burrowers that live in the ground. Tarantulas are becoming increasingly popular as pets and some species are readily available in captivity.

The spider originally bearing the name "tarantula" was Lycosa tarantula , a species of wolf spider native to Mediterranean Europe.

The name "tarantula" is also incorrectly applied to other large-bodied spiders, including the purseweb spiders or atypical tarantulas , the funnel-webs Dipluridae and Hexathelidae , and the " dwarf tarantulas ".

These spiders are related to tarantulas all being mygalomorphs , but are classified in different families. Huntsman spiders of the family Sparassidae have also been termed "tarantulas" because of their large size, when, in fact, they are not related, and instead belong to the infraorder Araneomorphae.

Many theraphosid genera have names, either accepted or synonymous , containing the element pelma.

This can be traced back to Carl Ludwig Koch in , [13] who in describing his new genus Eurypelma wrote " Die Sammetbürste der Fussohlen sehr breit ", [14] literally 'the velvet-brush of the footsole very wide'.

Thus Eurypelma literally means 'wide footsole'; however, arachnologists have conventionally taken pelma in such names to refer to the scopula, so producing the meaning 'with a wide scopula'.

Other genus names or synonyms that Estrada-Alvarez and Cameron regard as having 'footsole' or 'scopula' meanings include: [13].

Later, particularly following genus names published by R. Pocock in , [17] the element pelma appears to have become synonymous with 'theraphosid'.

Names interpreted in this way include: [13]. Other species occur variously throughout Africa, much of Asia including the Ryukyu Islands in southern Japan , and all of Australia.

Some genera of tarantulas hunt prey primarily in trees; others hunt on or near the ground. All tarantulas can produce silk ; while arboreal species typically reside in a silken "tube tent", terrestrial species line their burrows with silk to stabilize the burrow wall and facilitate climbing up and down.

Tarantulas mainly eat large insects and other arthropods such as centipedes , millipedes , and other spiders, using ambush as their primary method of prey capture.

Armed with their massive, powerful chelicerae tipped with long, chitinous fangs, tarantulas are well-adapted to killing other large arthropods.

The biggest tarantulas sometimes kill and consume small vertebrates such as lizards , mice , bats , birds , and small snakes.

The eight legs, the two chelicerae with their fangs, and the pedipalps are attached to the prosoma. The chelicerae are two double-segmented appendages located just below the eyes and directly forward of the mouth.

The chelicerae contain the venom glands that vent through the fangs. The fangs are hollow extensions of the chelicerae that inject venom into prey or animals that the tarantula bites in defense, and they are also used to masticate.

These fangs are articulated so that they can extend downward and outward in preparation to bite or can fold back toward the chelicerae as a pocket knife blade folds back into its handle.

The chelicerae of a tarantula completely contain the venom glands and the muscles that surround them, and can cause the venom to be forcefully injected into prey.

The pedipalpi are two six-segmented appendages connected to the prosoma near the mouth and protruding on either side of both chelicerae.

In most species of tarantulas, the pedipalpi contain sharp, jagged plates used to cut and crush food often called the coxae or maxillae.

As with other spiders, the terminal portions of the pedipalpi of males function as part of their reproductive system.

Male spiders spin a silken platform sperm web on the ground onto which they release semen from glands in their opisthosoma. Then they insert their pedipalps into the semen, absorb the semen into the pedipalps, and later insert the pedipalps one at a time into the reproductive organ of the female, which is located in her abdomen.

The terminal segments of the pedipalps of male tarantulas are moderately larger in circumference than those of a female tarantula. Male tarantulas have special spinnerets surrounding the genital opening.

Silk for the sperm web of the tarantula is exuded from these special spinnerets. A tarantula has four pairs of legs and two additional pairs of appendages.

Each leg has seven segments, which from the prosoma out are: coxa, trochanter, femur, patella, tibia, tarsus and pretarsus, and claw. Two or three retractable claws at the end of each leg are used to grip surfaces for climbing.

Also on the end of each leg, surrounding the claws, is a group of bristles, called the scopula, which help the tarantula to grip better when climbing surfaces such as glass.

The fifth pair is the pedipalps, which aid in feeling, gripping prey, and mating in the case of a mature male. The sixth pair of appendages is the chelicerae and their attached fangs.

When walking, a tarantula's first and third legs on one side move at the same time as the second and fourth legs on the other side of its body. The muscles in a tarantula's legs cause the legs to bend at the joints, but to extend a leg, the tarantula increases the pressure of haemolymph entering the leg.

Tarantulas, like almost all other spiders, have their primary spinnerets at the end of the opisthosoma. Unlike most spider species in the infraorder Araneomorphae , which includes the majority of extant spider species, and most of which have six, tarantula species have two or four spinnerets.

Spinnerets are flexible, tube-like structures from which the spider exudes its silk. The tip of each spinneret is called the spinning field.

Each spinning field is covered by as many as spinning tubes through which silk is exuded. As the silk is pulled out of the spinnerets, the shear forces cause proteins in the silk to crystallize, transforming it from a liquid to a solid thread.

The tarantula's mouth is located under its chelicerae on the lower front part of its prosoma. The mouth is a short, straw-shaped opening that can only suck, meaning that anything taken into it must be in liquid form.

Prey with large amounts of solid parts, such as mice, must be crushed and ground up or predigested, which is accomplished by coating the prey with digestive juices secreted from openings in the chelicerae.

The tarantula's digestive organ stomach is a tube that runs the length of its body. In the prosoma, this tube is wider and forms the sucking stomach.

When the sucking stomach's powerful muscles contract, the stomach is increased in cross-section, creating a strong sucking action that permits the tarantula to suck its liquefied prey up through the mouth and into the intestines.

Once the liquefied food enters the intestines, it is broken down into particles small enough to pass through the intestine walls into the hemolymph blood stream , where it is distributed throughout the body.

After feeding, the leftovers are formed into a small ball by the tarantula and thrown away. In a terrarium, they often put them into the same corner.

A tarantula's central nervous system brain is located in the bottom of the inner prosoma. A tarantula perceives its surroundings primarily via sensory organs called setae bristles or spines.

Although a tarantula has eight eyes like most spiders, touch is its keenest sense, and in hunting, it primarily depends on vibrations given off by the movements of its prey.

A tarantula's setae are very sensitive organs and are used to sense chemical signatures, vibrations, wind direction, and possibly even sound. Tarantulas are also very responsive to the presence of certain chemicals such as pheromones.

The eyes are located above the chelicerae on the forward part of the prosoma. They are small and usually set in two rows of four.

Most tarantulas are not able to see much more than light, darkness, and motion. Arboreal tarantulas generally have better vision compared with terrestrial tarantulas.

All types of tarantulas have two sets of book lungs breathing organs ; the first pair is located in a cavity inside the lower front part of the abdomen near where the abdomen connects to the cephalothorax, and the second pair is slightly farther back on the abdomen.

Air enters the cavity through a tiny slit on each side of and near the front of the abdomen. Each lung consists of 15 or more thin sheets of folded tissue arranged like the pages of a book.

These sheets of tissue are supplied by blood vessels. As air enters each lung, oxygen is taken into the blood stream through the blood vessels in the lungs.

Needed moisture may also be absorbed from humid air by these organs. A tarantula's blood is unique not only in appearance ; an oxygen-transporting protein is present the copper-based hemocyanin , but not enclosed in blood cells such as the erythrocytes of mammals.

A tarantula's blood is not true blood, but rather a liquid called haemolymph , or hemolymph. At least four types of hemocytes, or hemolymph cells, are known.

The tarantula's heart is a long, slender tube located along the top of the opisthosoma. The heart is neurogenic as opposed to myogenic, so nerve cells instead of muscle cells initiate and coordinate the heart.

The heart pumps hemolymph to all parts of the body through open passages often referred to as sinuses, and not through a circular system of blood vessels.

If the exoskeleton is breached, loss of hemolymph will kill the tarantula unless the wound is small enough that the hemolymph can dry and close the wound.

Despite their large size and fearsome appearance and reputation, tarantulas themselves are prey for many other animals.

The most specialized of these predators are large members of the wasp family Pompilidae such as the wasp Hemipepsis ustulata. These wasps are called " tarantula hawks ".

Paaritumise järel otsivad nad sobiva paiga ning koovad sinna võrgust aluse, millele munevad munad ja moodustavad kõigest kookoni.

Kookoni koos munadega kinnitavad nad oma tagakeha lõpul paiknevate võrgunäsade külge, kuhu see jääb nädalaks, kuni munad arenevad.

Sel ajal kaitseb emane kookonit, mis Eestis võib olla valkjat või rohekat värvi. Kui koorumisaeg kätte jõuab, avab emane kookoni lõugtundlate abil, et pojad saaksid sealt lahkuda.

Koorunud ämblikupojad ei söö esimestel elupäevadel midagi. Tillukesed ämblikud ronivad emale selga, kes neid paigast paika kannab nende esmakordse kestumiseni, misjärel pojad iseseisvuvad.

Perekondade loend The World Spider Catalog ' i järgi. Selles artiklis on kasutatud prantsuskeelset artiklit fr:Lycosidae seisuga Allikas: Vikipeedia.

See artikkel vajab toimetamist. Oktoober Palun aita artiklit toimetada. Kuidas ja millal see märkus eemaldada? Koch, Arctosa C.

Kategooria : Huntämbliklased. Peidetud kategooriad: Toimetamist ootavad oktoober Toimetamist ootavad.

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The dance originated in the Apulia region, and spread throughout the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. The Neapolitan tarantella is a courtship dance performed by couples whose "rhythms, melodies, gestures, and accompanying songs are quite distinct" featuring faster more cheerful music.

Its origins may further lie in "a fifteenth-century fusion between the Spanish Fandango and the Moresque 'ballo di sfessartia'.

The dance was later applied as a supposed cure for the behavior of neurotic women 'Carnevaletto delle donne'.

The tarantella is most frequently played with a mandolin , a guitar, an accordion and tambourines. Flute , fiddle , trumpet and clarinet are also used.

The tarantella is a dance in which the dancer and the drum player constantly try to upstage each other by playing faster or dancing longer than the other, subsequently tiring one person out first.

Tarantism, as a ritual, is supposed to have roots in the ancient myths. Reportedly, victims who had collapsed or were convulsing would begin to dance with appropriate music and be revived as if a tarantula had bitten them.

The music used to treat dancing mania appears to be similar to that used in the case of tarantism though little is known about either.

Justus Hecker — , describes in his work Epidemics of the Middle Ages :. A convulsion infuriated the human frame [ Entire communities of people would join hands, dance, leap, scream, and shake for hours [ Music appeared to be the only means of combating the strange epidemic [ The music used against spider bites featured drums and clarinets, was matched to the pace of the victim, and is only weakly connected to its later depiction in the tarantellas of Chopin , Liszt , Rossini , and Heller.

While most serious proponents speculated as to the direct physical benefits of the dancing rather than the power of the music a midth century medical textbook gets the prevailing story backwards describing that tarantulas will be compelled to dance by violin music.

The profusion of steps and the quick changes of direction that this brief but explosive pas de deux requires typify the ways in which Balanchine expanded the traditional vocabulary of classical dance.

Wild-caught tarantulas are often mature males because they wander out in the open and are more likely to be caught. Like other spiders, tarantulas have to shed their exoskeleton periodically to grow, a process called molting.

A young tarantula may do this several times a year as a part of the maturation process, while full-grown specimens only molt once a year or less, or sooner, to replace lost limbs or lost urticating hairs.

Clearly, molting will soon occur when the exoskeleton takes on a darker shade. If a tarantula previously used its urticating hairs, the bald patch turns from a peach color to deep blue.

The tarantula also stops feeding and becomes more lethargic during this time. Tarantulas may live for years; most species take two to five years to reach adulthood, but some species may take up to 10 years to reach full maturity.

Upon reaching adulthood, males typically have but a 1. Male tarantulas rarely molt again once they reach adulthood, but they may attempt to do so, usually becoming stuck during the molt due to their sexual organs and dying in the process.

Females continue to molt after reaching maturity. Female specimens have been known to reach 30 to 40 years of age, and have survived on water alone for up to two years.

After reaching sexual maturity, a female tarantula normally mates and lays eggs once per year, [30] [31] although they do not always do so.

As with other spiders, the mechanics of intercourse are quite different from those of mammals. Once a male spider reaches maturity and becomes motivated to mate, he weaves a web mat on a flat surface.

The spider then rubs his abdomen on the surface of this mat, and in so doing, releases a quantity of semen. He may then insert his pedipalps short, leg-like appendages between the chelicerae and front legs into the pool of semen.

The pedipalps absorb the semen and keep it viable until a mate can be found. When a male spider detects the presence of a female, the two exchange signals to establish that they are of the same species.

These signals may also lull the female into a receptive state. If the female is receptive, then the male approaches her and inserts his pedipalps into an opening in the lower surface of her abdomen, the opisthosoma.

After the semen has been transferred to the receptive female's body, the male swiftly leaves the scene before the female recovers her appetite.

Although females may show some aggression after mating, the male rarely becomes a meal. Females deposit 50 to 2, eggs, depending on the species, in a silken egg sac and guard it for six to eight weeks.

During this time, the females stay very close to the egg sacs and become more aggressive. Within most species, the females turn the egg sac often, which is called brooding.

This keeps the eggs from deforming due to sitting in one position too long. The young spiderlings remain in the nest for some time after hatching, where they live off the remains of their yolk sacs before dispersing.

Linnaeus placed all spiders in a single genus, Aranea. In , Charles Athanase Walckenaer separated mygalomorph spiders into a separate genus, Mygale , leaving all other spiders in Aranea.

However, Mygale had already been used in by Georges Cuvier for a genus of mammals in Greek , mygale means " shrew ". Accordingly, in , Tamerlan Thorell used the family name "Theraphosoidae" modern Theraphosidae for the mygalomorph spiders known to him, rather than "Mygalidae" as used, for example, by John Blackwall.

Thorell later split the family into a number of genera, including Theraphosa. These subfamilies are recognised: [ citation needed ].

Although fossils of mygalomorph spiders date back to the Triassic , only two specimens have been found so far which can be convincingly assigned to the Theraphosidae.

One is from the Dominican Republic amber ; the other is from Chiapas Mexican amber. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Family of spiders. This article is about the spider family, Theraphosidae. For the European tarantula wolf spider, see Lycosa tarantula.

For other uses, see Tarantula disambiguation. Not to be confused with tarantella. This article needs additional citations for verification.

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Suborder Opisthothelae. Actinopodidae mouse spiders and relatives Antrodiaetidae folding trapdoor spiders Atracidae Australian funnel-web spiders Atypidae atypical tarantulas or purseweb spiders Barychelidae brushed trapdoor spiders Ctenizidae cork-lid trapdoor spiders Cyrtaucheniidae wafer trapdoor spiders Dipluridae funnel-web tarantulas Euctenizidae Halonoproctidae Hexathelidae funnel-webs or venomous funnel-web tarantulas Idiopidae Macrothelidae Mecicobothriidae dwarf tarantulas Microstigmatidae Migidae tree trapdoor spiders Nemesiidae funnel-web tarantulas Paratropididae bald-legged spiders Porrhothelidae Theraphosidae true tarantulas.

Nende värvus ei ole silmapaistev ja neid esineb kogu maailmas: kõrbetes , parasvöötmes, tundras , troopilistes vihmametsades , märgaladel ja mägedes kuni taimkatte ülapiirini.

Harilikult esineb neid kuivades ja hõredavõitu paikades. Mitmed arvukaimad liigid on suutelised elama peaaegu igal pool, teistel on erikohastumused ning nad asustavad mäetippe, jõekaldaid, järvi või märgalasid.

Osa tillukeste huntämbliklaste liike varjab end taimestikus, kaljupragudes või kivide all. Suured huntämbliklased vajavad suuremaid varjupaiku ning ehitavad tavaliselt sügavaid urge, kus nad püsivalt elavad.

Osa huntämbliklastest armastab soojust ja on aktiivne päeval teised liigid harrastavad aga öist eluviisi. Mõned liigid armastavad päikesepaistel peesitada ja neid võib näha kuumenenud kividel või puutüvedel.

Eluea pikkus on enamikul väikestel liikidel aasta, suurtel liikidel kuni kolm aastat. Innaaeg on parasvöötmekliimas suvel ja troopilistel liikidel aastaringselt.

Huntämbliklaste paaritusrituaal algab eriliste signaalidega, millega isane emast oma olemasolust teavitab. Isasloom läheneb emasele ettevaatlikult ning liigutab kergelt oma lõugkobijaid kopulatsioonielundeid ning esimest paari jalgu üles-alla.

Kui emane on paaritumisvalmis, püsib ta liikumatult paigal, lastes väiksemal isasloomal endale selga ronida. Isane on emase seljas pea tahapoole ja veidi küljetsi, et lõugkobijate lõpus paiknevaid kopulatsioonielundeid emase tagakeha kõhupoolel asuvasse suguavasse viia.

Emane ei lase end paaritumisprotsessest häirida ning võib isase toimetamise ajal ka näiteks saaki püüda. Paaritumise järel otsivad nad sobiva paiga ning koovad sinna võrgust aluse, millele munevad munad ja moodustavad kõigest kookoni.

Übersicht des Designated Survivor (2019), Heft 5 in German. Mitmed arvukaimad liigid on suutelised elama peaaegu igal pool, teistel on erikohastumused ning nad asustavad mäetippe, jõekaldaid, järvi või märgalasid. Nimeruumid Artikkel Arutelu. They often have more potent, medically significant venom, and are faster and much more nervous and defensive than New World species. The largest tarantula hawks, such as Tv Now Nachtschwestern in the genus Pepsistrack, attack, and kill large tarantulas. Females continue to molt after reaching Schulmädchen Report Teil 1. Tarantulas also use these bristles for other purposes, such as to mark territory or to line their shelters the latter such practice may discourage flies from feeding on the spiderlings. They are long-lived and univoltine, and show high local endemicity. Tillukesed ämblikud ronivad emale selga, kes Taranteln paigast paika kannab nende esmakordse kestumiseni, misjärel pojad iseseisvuvad.

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