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Pholcidae- Daddy-Long-Legged Spiders

Spiders of the family Pholcidae are often called Daddy-Long-Legged Spiders because they have a tiny body but very long legs. These spiders are not to be mistaken with harvestmen which are not spiders. Most common pholcids are found in corners of houses, where they build messy, 3-dimensional cobwebs.

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By |February 17th, 2015|Spiders|Comments Off on Pholcidae- Daddy-Long-Legged Spiders

Diplopoda- Millipedes

Millipedes may look similar to Centipedes but they are different in many ways. Derived from the Latin words “mille (thousand)” and “pes (legs)”, millipedes have two pair of legs per segment of the body, which adds up to a lot considering the large number of segments. Nevertheless,┬áthe number of legs of millipedes rarely exceed 400 […]

By |January 9th, 2015|Others|Comments Off on Diplopoda- Millipedes