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  1. 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.

  2. Phalangium opilio is normally an univoltine species and overwinters as eggs. Eggs are laid in moist areas and hatch in three- five months. The immatures undergo several molts and reach maturity in two-three months.

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  4. Aug 18, 2021 · "Phalangium opilio is one of the most widespread harvestman species in the world and can be easily seen in cities. One of the biggest misconceptions is that they are venomous, but are too 'weak' to inflict a bite," she said, adding that the arachnids neither have have venom nor do they bite.

  5. Distribution in Colorado: The introduced species Phalangium opilio appears to now be widely distributed in the state and is common in yards and gardens. Some Leiobonum spp. also are widely distributed. The native species are primarily associated with wooded areas. Life History and Habits: The common daddylonglegs that occur in Colorado are

  6. May 04, 2021 · A daddy-long-legs of the species Phalangium opilio. Despite its spider-like appearance, it is a member of a grouping called harvestmen. ... An absorbing tale: poison dart frogs might have a ...

  7. Phalangium opilio Common Colorado Species. 4 pairs of legs ... •Jaws connected to poison glands. Cellar Spider Order Araneae (spiders) Daddy long legs Order Opiliones.

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