Tetragnatha laboriosa Hentz, 1850,

Dean, David Allen, 2016, Catalogue of Texas spiders, ZooKeys 570, pp. 1-703: 369

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.570.6095

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:CE0DA439-F6F6-4DCF-8225-5700A3C50098

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/58D1DCF0-4B42-A08E-D24F-5C5018D7F4CE

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scientific name

Tetragnatha laboriosa Hentz, 1850
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Taxon classification Animalia Araneae Tetragnathidae

Tetragnatha laboriosa Hentz, 1850 

Tetragnatha laboriosa  Agnew et al. 1982: 631; Agnew et al. 1985: 4, 9; Bonnet 1959: 4335; Breene 1988: 23-26; Breene et al. 1988: 180-181; Breene et al. 1993a: 169; Breene et al. 1993c: 25, 48, 108, mf (figs 168A-C); Bumroongsook et al. 1992: 17; Calixto et al. 2013: 184, 190; Cokendolpher et al. 2008: 10, 52 (fig. 13, photo 36); Dean and Eger 1986: 141; Dean and Sterling 1985: 117; Dean and Sterling 1987: 6; Dean and Sterling 1990: 402, 404; Dean and Sterling 1992: 3-4; Dean et al. 1982: 254; Dean et al. 1987: 268; Dean et al. 1988: 286; Dondale et al. 2003: 74, mf, desc. (figs 106-114); Jackman 1997: 68, 168, desc. (photo 20d); Jones 1936: 70; Kagan 1942: 33; Kagan 1943: 258; Knutson and Gilstrap 1989: 514; Knutson et al. 2010: 515; Levi 1981a: 308, mf, desc. (figs 16-22, 120-128); Liao et al. 1984: 410; McCook 1893: 262; Milstead 1958: 445; Nyffeler and Sterling 1994: 1295, 1298; Nyffeler et al. 1987b: 1119; Nyffeler et al. 1987c: 372; Nyffeler et al. 1988a: 55; Nyffeler et al. 1989: 374, 377; Nyffeler et al. 1992b: 1459-1460; Nyffeler et al. 1992c: 2; Rapp 1984: 5; Roberts 2001: 48; Rogers and Horner 1977: 523; Seeley 1928: 123; Vogel 1970b: 22; Woods and Harrel 1976: 43; Young and Edwards 1990: 15

Distribution.

Widespread; Archer, Atascosa, Bastrop, Baylor, Bee, Bell, Bexar, Brazos, Briscoe, Brown, Burleson, Cameron, Carson, Castro (imm.), Clay, Collin, Colorado, Comanche, Coryell, Dallas, Delta, Erath, Fayette, Floyd, Fort Bend, Frio, Gaines, Galveston, Gillespie, Hale, Harris, Hidalgo, Hill, Hockley, Houston, Howard, Jefferson, Kaufman, Kerr, Lubbock (imm.), Martin (imm.), McLennan, Mitchell, Montague, Nueces, Pecos, Potter, Presidio, Reeves, Robertson, San Patricio, Scurry, Terrell, Terry, Tom Green, Travis, Victoria (imm.), Walker, Wharton, Wichita, Willacy, Williamson, Wood

Locality.

Big Bend Ranch State Park, Bill Haney Pecan Orchard, Blackstone Ranch, Ellis Prison Unit, Galveston Island State Park, Holmes Pecan Orchard, Lake Thomas, Lick Creek Park, Mansfield Dam Park, Pantex Lake, Proctor Lake, Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, Stiles Farm Foundation, Texas A&M University Rangeland Area, Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Time of activity.

Male (February - October); female (February - November)

Habitat.

(crops: corn, cotton, guar, peanuts, rice); (grass: grass, grassland, grassy and shrub area, pasture); (littoral: creek bank, near falls, near playa, salt marsh); (nest/prey: stomach of Cnemidophorus sacki  ); (orchard: citrus, pecan); (plants: bluebonnets, clover, croton, emergent vegetation, geranium, Indian paintbrush, miscellaneous vegetation, roadside vegetation, vegetation, Baccharis  , Monarda citriodora  ); (soil/woodland: brush, juniper, post oak savanna with pasture, saltcedar, shrub, willow, Juniperus ashei  , Quercus buckleyi  , Ulmus crassifolia  ); (structures: around house, in camper)

Method.

Beating [mf]; beating/sweeping [mf]; boll weevil pheromone trap [mf]; D-Vac suction [mf]; fogging [m]; pitfall trap [mf]; suction trap [mf]; sweeping [mf]

Type.

United States

Etymology.

Latin, toiling

Collection.

DMNS, MSU, NMSU, TAMU