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  1. Pholcus phalangioides, commonly known as the cosmopolitan cellar spider, long-bodied cellar spider or one of various types called a daddy long-legs spider, is a spider of the family Pholcidae. It is also known as the skull spider, since its cephalothorax is said to resemble a human skull. This is the only spider species described by the Swiss ...

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  2. Apr 19, 2023 · Salt water, for example, is a solution of solid NaCl in liquid water, while air is a solution of a gaseous solute (O 2) in a gaseous solvent (N 2). In all cases, however, the overall phase of the solution is the same phase as the solvent. A solution in which the overall phase is a gas is called a gaseous solution.

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  4. Dec 13, 2023 · A solution is another name for a homogeneous mixture. A mixture as a material composed of two or more substances. In a solution, the combination is so intimate that the different substances cannot be differentiated by sight, even with a microscope. Compare, for example, a mixture of salt and pepper and another mixture consisting of salt and water.

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    Pholcus phalangioides often uses an alternating tetrapod gait (first right leg, then second left leg, then third right leg, etc.), which is commonly found in many spider species. However, frequent variations from this pattern have been documented during observations of the spiders' movements.

  6. Oct 27, 2022 · A group of mixtures called colloids (or colloidal dispersions) exhibit properties intermediate between those of suspensions and solutions (Figure 11.5.1 11.5. 1 ). The particles in a colloid are larger than most simple molecules; however, colloidal particles are small enough that they do not settle out upon standing.

  7. Aug 27, 2021 · The Skull spider or Cellar spider (Pholcus phalangioides Fuesslin, 1775) is an arachnid belonging to the order Araneae, family Pholcidae.The name of the genus Pholcus comes from the Greek “pholkos”(φολκος) , that means crooked, rickety, lame or snub-nosed: in the Iliad (Book 2) Homer thus defines Thersites, ugly and troublesome Greek warrior who is insolent with the leaders.

  8. Phol­cus pha­lan­gioides is pale yel­low-brown ex­cept for a large gray patch in the cen­ter of the cephalotho­rax. The body and legs are al­most translu­cent. These spi­ders are cov­ered with fine gray hairs. The head is a darker color around the eyes. A translu­cent line marks the dor­sal ves­sel.

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