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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.

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    Phalangium. Linnaeus, 1758. Type species. Phalangium iberica. Schenkel, 1939. Synonyms. Cerastoma. 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".

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  4. 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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  6. 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 ...

    • Blake L. Newton, Kenneth V. Yeargan
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    • 2002
  7. Apr 27, 2007 · Inachus phalangium (Fabricius, 1775), Libinia dubia Milne Edwards, 1834, and Macropodia rostrata (Linnaeus, 1761) selectively use different species of the toxic brown seaweed Dichotoma (Stachowicz ...

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