Pardosa Alacris rendszertani besorolása :
Kingdom (regnum): Animalia
Phylium : Arthropoda
Order : Araneae
Suborder : Araneomorphae
Genus : Pardosa
Species : alacris
Distribution, place of living
Most charactaristic : Europe and Russia
The most widespread lycosidia in the home woods
In decidous woods they can be foung in large numbers, they mostly prefer the dead mould suitable for hiding
Avoid open, dry or very wet places of living
Morfology and physiology
Length of female : 4.5 mm
Length of male: 4.9 mm
The males posses more characteristic morfological characteristic than the females : their cephalotorax is black with a thick, silvergray stripe lengthwise.Their abdomen is completely silvergray with smaller lighter patches. Their legs are very long with reddish-brown shade.. Chelicereas are very characteristic: from reddish yellow to black reaching the tips.
Nourishment: Small insects, inverterbatesor even other spiders. They have very good eyesight.
Mating: Breeding season is summer. The sexual organ of the male spider is the tentacle During the cortship the male present a certain „dance”, moving their bodies and forelegs Unique characteristic of the wolf spiders that the females keeps the eggs in a bag span out of web silk attached to their abdomen.After hatching the lot of small spiders are crawling onto the abdomen and back of the mother and travel there for a long time. Egg-development time: 2−3 weeks.
Behavior: Non aggressiv breed. Bite if feeling threatened. Their poisin is not lethal for human, but very painful. In case of biting you should consult a doctor, siche poison can lead to death.
Lifetime: 1 year