- 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". Species
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Phalangium From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the plant genus "Phalangium", see Camassia. 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". Species
Definition of phalangium. 1 plural phalangia\ - jēə \, obsolete : a venomous spider. 2 capitalized : a genus (the type of the family the Phalangiidae) of harvestmen.
phalangium n ( genitive phalangiī or phalangī ); second declension A kind of venomous spider Declension Second-declension noun (neuter). 1 Found in older Latin (until the Augustan Age). References phalangium in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short (1879) A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press
Phalangium may mean: In the Regnum Animalia - Phalangium (Linnaeus) xxx, 1768 (Phalangioidea : Phalangiidae) In the Regnum Plantae: Phalangium Mill., 1754, nom. superfl. (Magnoliophyta : Agavaceae) = Anthericum; Phalangium Burm.f., 1768 (Magnoliophyta : Agavaceae) = Melasphaerula; Phalangium Möhring ex Kuntze, 1891, nom
Phalangiidae From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Phalangiidae are a family of harvestmen with about 380 known species. The best known is Phalangium opilio. Dicranopalpus ramosus is an invasive species in Europe . It is not to be confused with the harvestman family Phalangodidae, which belongs to the suborder Laniatores . Contents 1 Name