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  1. spider, (order Araneida or Araneae), any of more than 46,700 species of arachnids that differ from insects in having eight legs rather than six and in having the body divided into two parts rather than three. The use of silk is highly developed among spiders.

  2. Play Spider Solitaire online. No download or registration needed. Hi there, I'm Jo! I originally created this game in November 2011. Please let me know if something doesn't work.

  3. Spider Solitaire is played with two full decks, 104 cards. At the beginning 54 of the cards are divided between 10 tableaus, the first 4 tableaus have 6 cards each, the other 6 tableaus have 5 cards each. The top card of each tableau is turned face up, the others are face down. The remaining 50 cards are placed in a stock at the top of the screen.

  4. From spiders with superpowers to spiders with 25m webs, we look back at some of our favourite arachnid moments from the BBC Earth Archive. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Show more Show more...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SpiderSpider - Wikipedia

    Spider Spiders ( order Araneae) are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs, chelicerae with fangs generally able to inject venom, [2] and spinnerets that extrude silk. [3] They are the largest order of arachnids and rank seventh in total species diversity among all orders of organisms.

  6. Sep 25, 2019 · Spiders belong to the class Arachnida, joined also by scorpions, daddy longlegs, and ticks. Like all arachnids, spiders have just two body regions, a cephalothorax, and an abdomen. These two body regions are joined by a narrow tube at their waist called a pedicel. The abdomen is soft and unsegmented, while the cephalothorax is hard and includes a spider's infamous set of eight legs.

  7. Region: This spider species is found throughout United States, but is most common in the southern regions where the temperature is warmer. Habitat: Black widow spiders tend to seek out dry and dark locations that are protected, such as underneath stones or decks, as well as in hollow tree stumps and in firewood piles. They can also be found in man-made structures such as sheds and barns.

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