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  1. Phalangium opilio - Cornell University

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    Phalangium opilio (Arachnida: Opiliones, Phalangiidae) Harvestman, Daddy longlegs, Harvest spider. by Mark Schmaedick, Land Grant Program, American Samoa Community College, Pago Pago, AS. Of the many species of harvestmen known, P. opilio tends to be the most common in relatively disturbed habitats such as most crops in temperate regions. Like the spiders and most adult mites, harvestmen have two major body sections and eight legs and lack antennae.

  2. Phalangium - Wikipedia

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    The best known species is Phalangium opilio, which is so common in many temperate regions that it is simply called "harvestman". [1] Species[edit] The genus Phalangiumcontains the following species:[2] Phalangium aegyptiacumSavigny, 1816(Egypt) Phalangium bilineatumFabricius, 1779. Phalangium cancroidesMüller, 1776.

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  4. Genus Phalangium - iNaturalist

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    Phalangium is a genus of harvestmen, that occurs mostly in the Old World. The best known species is Phalangium opilio, which is so common in many temperate regions that it is simply called 'harvestman'.

  5. Phalangiidae - Wikipedia

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    Acanthomegabunus Tsurusaki, Tchemeris & Logunov, 2000 (1 species; Siberia) Bactrophalangium Silhavý, 1966 (2 species) Bunochelis Roewer, 1923 (2 species; Canary Islands) Coptophalangium Starega, 1984 (1 species) Cristina Loman, 1902 (13 species; Africa) Dacnopilio Roewer, 1911 (4 species; Africa) ...

  6. Phalangium opilio - Wikipedia

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    Phalangium opilio is "the most widespread species of harvestman in the world", occurring natively in Europe, and much of Asia. The species has been introduced to North America, North Africa and New Zealand.

  7. AbstrAct - American Entomological Society

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    on the dorsum of the hind femur, the only species with this characteristic. Aphaenogaster mexicana is known only from central western México, and is a weakly sculptured species with a small eye and moderately developed propodeal spines. Finally, A. phalangium is similar to A. araneoides, except that the dorsum of the first gastral tergum is finely

  8. Phalangium opilio (daddy longlegs) - CABI

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    Nov 21, 2019 · Species: Phalangium opilio ; Distribution Table Top of page. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. ... Countries where ...

  9. Population Characteristics of Phalangium opilio (Opiliones ...

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    Feb 01, 2002 · A 2-yr pitfall-trap study was conducted to examine the species composition of the Opiliones and the seasonal age-structure of Phalangium opilio (L.) in central Kentucky soybean, grassland, and alfalfa habitats. Phalangium opilio was the most commonly caught opilionid in all habitats, accounting for >90% of the adult specimens captured in soybean and alfalfa. Pitfall-trap results also suggest ...

  10. A Revision of the phalangium Species Complex of the Ant Genus ...

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    Mar 04, 2016 · Discriminate analysis and canonical correlation analysis were used to separate the Aphaenogaster phalangium species complex into 5 species of tropical New World ants: A. araneoides Emery, A. brevicollis Forel, A. inermis Forel (=Aphaenogaster araneoides var. nitidiventris new synonymy), Aphaenogaster (Deromyrma) araneoides var. canalis new synonymy), A. mexicana (Pergande) and A. phalangium ...

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