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 The genus Phalangium contains the following species: Phalangium aegyptiacum Savigny, 1816 (Egypt) Phalangium bilineatum Fabricius, 1779
Phalangium opilio(Arachnida: Opiliones, Phalangiidae)Harvestman, Daddy longlegs, Harvest spider. 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.
Definition of phalangium 1 plural phalangia \ - jēə \ , obsolete : a venomous spider 2 capitalized : a genus (the type of the family the Phalangiidae) of harvestmen
Bulbine comes from the Greek word bolbine, a general word for a bulbous plant, but the name is misleading, as plants do not have any bulbous base nor tuberous rootstock. Stems: Shrubby erect to prostrate, winding, woody, branched 6-8 mm in diameter, that roots as it touches the ground allowing the plant to cover an area of 60-90 cm in diameter ...
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
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