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Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species

Another app in our Florida Wildlife series

Another app in our Florida Wildlife series

Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species

by I.M.D. Publicacion C.A.
Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species
Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species
Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species

What is it about?

Another app in our Florida Wildlife series...

Florida Spiders - Guide to Common Species

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
50Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
January 12, 2017
Release date
January 12, 2017
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App Store Description

Another app in our Florida Wildlife series...

This app shows more than 90 spider species found in Florida, including the Everglades National Park. For each spider there are two or more high-resolution pictures, a brief description, and a link to view the corresponding Wikipedia pages within the application window. All descriptive information is in English, the animal names are also shown in scientific (Latin) denomination and in Spanish.

The descriptions contain detail information about the locations and habitats within the range of the species.

The app features a modern, intuitive interface with easy navigation and search facilities for finding an animal by its name or searching in the full text for features and characteristics.

If you're interested in Florida‘s wildlife, don't miss this app which is equally suitable for iPhone and iPad.

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Note on species names:

Currently, all spiders are categorized into about 114 families with more than 46,000 species worldwide. However, this number is only one third or one half of the estimated total number of different species! Constant research discovers new species on a daily basis and the known species are often renamed or associated with different families.
Although all currently known spider are identified by a “scientific” name, i.e. a Latin denomination, only a fraction thereof have a “common name" in English or any other language. All spiders described here in this app have at least one common name, most of them are listed by with synonyms and their common name in Spanish, too.