Monthly Archives: November 2014

Geoplanidae- Land Planarians

Geoplanidae represents a family of flatworms that dwell on land (other groups of flatworms live in seawater or freshwater ponds) which are mostly predatory. Flatworms are poorly studied but are believed to be good indicators of the “healthy” of a particular ecosystem. Terrestrial flatworms can usually be found on tree trunks or logs.

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By |November 28th, 2014|Others|Comments Off on Geoplanidae- Land Planarians

Chilopoda- Centipedes

Centipedes are among some of the most frightening arthropods on the planet, thanks to their numerous legs, large sizes, powerful fangs (forcipules) and undoubtedly painful bites! These Chilopods have a body generally divided into 15 or more segments where each segment bears a pair of legs. Centipedes are generally carnivores and are known to cause painful, but […]

By |November 26th, 2014|Others|Comments Off on Chilopoda- Centipedes

Opiliones- Harvestmen

Harvestmen are arachnids that resembles spiders in many ways but are not spiders. Although these creatures have eight legs, harvestmen differ from spiders in that they generally have a pair of eyes (instead of four pairs), the lack of segmentation into cephalothorax and abdomen, and the fact that they do not spin webs.

Harvestmen occur in a wide […]

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Theridiidae- Comb-Footed Spiders

Comb-Footed Spiders are generally small spiders that come in a wide array of bizarre shapes and colours, but almost all of them have comb-like bristles on their 4th pair of legs. Their small sizes and unique habitats means that they are often overlooked by people.

Also known as cobweb spiders, not all Comb-Footed Spiders build webs though, […]

By |November 25th, 2014|Spiders|Comments Off on Theridiidae- Comb-Footed Spiders

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By |November 16th, 2014|Photography|Comments Off on Image- Terms of Use

Learn Macro Photography


Thank you for visiting this website! Are you interested in taking macro and wildlife photographs but not sure where to start?

You have certainly come to the right place! We have a sister site PixelsDimension that teaches both basic and advanced techniques associated with Macro Photography.


Of course, merely knowing the theories is not enough. Our group will […]

By |November 16th, 2014|Photography|Comments Off on Learn Macro Photography

Nephilidae- Nephilid Orb Web Spiders

Spiders within the family Nephilidae spin webs like normal Orb Web Spiders (Araneidae), but the webs are often larger, asymmetrical and specialized with extra features. Nephila spiders are undoubtedly the most popular of this group because of their menacingly large sizes! Webs of large females can be up to a few metres across, and are strong […]

By |November 11th, 2014|Spiders|Comments Off on Nephilidae- Nephilid Orb Web Spiders

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