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What is the scientific name for tarantula?

arachnid


What is the scientific name for tarantulas?

Courtesy of Wikipedia - a breakdown of the Tarantula family's scientific names...Kingdom:AnimaliaPhylum:ArthropodaClass:InsectaOrder:HymenopteraSuborder:ApocritaSuperfamily:VespoideaFamily:PompilidaeSubfamily:PepsinaeTribe:Pepsini


What is the scientific name of the Brazilian Whiteekne tarantula?

Courtesy of Wikipedia...Acanthoscurria geniculata.


What are facts about tarantulas?

Tarantula's scientific name is Lycosa Tarantula. Also its order is Araneae.


What are the scientific classifications of the tarantula?

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What is the aka name of the tarantula?

im not sure it even has one. but you can make your own aka name for a tarantula


Where does the name tarantula come from?

The word "Tarantula" comes from a city in Italy called Taran


What is the scientific classification of a tarantula?

Kingdom:Animalia Phylum:Arthropoda Class:Arachnida Order:Araneae Superfamily:Theraphosoidea Family:Theraphosidae


What is the latin name for tarantula?

it is theraphosidae


What is a name for a hairy spider?

tarantula


What is the name for a large furry arachnid?

tarantula


What are animals name that start with ta?

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What is the scientific name for the tarantula hawk wasp?

'Pepsis formosa' is the scientific, Latin or binomial name for the tarantula hawk wasp. The common name refers to the female's successful preying on far larger tarantula spiders. Specifically, the mother-to-be delivers a paralyzing sting near the spider's head. She then pulls the hapless, helpless spider below ground. She lays an egg on top of the spider and then closes up the burrow. She repeats these actions about twenty [20] times.When the female tarantula hawk wasp is finished, she has about 20 eggs waiting to hatch into larvae. Each larva will have access to fresh food. In each of 20 burrows, they will feast upon their own immobilized, but still very much alive spider.


Where did they get the name tarantula from?

The word tarantula is named after a city in Southern Italy called Taranto. Tarantulas have 8 eyes!


What is a tarantula name that starts with the letter N?

There are 931 species of tarantula. Scientific names beginning with N: Nhandu carapoenis, Nhandu chromatus, Nhandu coloratovillosus, Nhandu vulpinus Common names beginning with N: New Guinea rust orange, New Guinea black femur


What is the name of a large hairy tropical spider?

Tarantula


How can you tell a female tarantula from a male tarantula?

how to tell a female tarantula from male tarantula


Can tarantula spider's be gray in color?

The Bahia Grey Tarantula is as its name entails, grey. There are other species as well that are grey, to my knowledge.


Is the word tarantula a proper noun?

No, the noun tarantula is a common noun, a word for any tarantula of any kind, anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:West Tarantula Ranch Place, Casas Adobes, AZTarantula Clothing Company, Los Angeles, CATarantula Billiard & Bar, Denver, CO"Tarantula", 1955 B movie with John Agar and Leo G. Carroll"The Pink Tarantula: A Novel in 9 Episodes" by Tim Wohlforth


What was the name of the novel written by Bob Dylan in 1971?

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What is the name of the rainforest a Goliath tarantula lives in?

The Amzonian rainforest


What is the name of a deadly spider starting with tar?

Well, tarantula is the only one, except that their bite is not deadly to humans.


Is there a tarantula in tarantula tequila?

no


Is a trapdoor spider a type of tarantula?

Yes, its a tarantula. by the looks from it its a tarantula


What is the scientific name for the ursa minor?

Ursa Minor is the scientific name.Ursa Minor is the scientific name.Ursa Minor is the scientific name.Ursa Minor is the scientific name.