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  1. 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.

  2. The species has been introduced to North America, North Africa and New Zealand. Habitat. This species can be found in a wide range of habitats, including meadows, bogs, forests, and various types of anthropogenic habitats, such as gardens, fields, hedgerows, lawns, quarries, green places in built-up areas, walls and bridges. Description

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  5. Phalangium opilio is common around buildings and introduced throughout the world. The sclerosomatid Leiobunum spp. are common in North American and European forests, in which they move easily across the upper vegetation. They are predators and scavengers.

  6. www.naturespot.org.uk › species › phalangium-opilioPhalangium opilio | NatureSpot

    Habitat Usually found in well vegetated areas. When to see it Most likely to be seen in summer and early autumn. Life History Feeds on small soft bodied insects. UK Status Widespread and fairly frequent in England, less well recorded elsewhere in Britain. VC55 Status Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland. Further Information

  7. Phalangium opilio Taxonomy ID: 118624 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid118624) current name