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  1. Commercial Availability Not currently available commercially. References Bachmann, E. and M. Schaefer. 1983. Notes on the life cycle of Phalangium opilio (Arachnida: Opilionida). Verhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Hamburg. 26: 255–263.

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  2. P. opilio has a mostly Holarctic distribution [4] and is the most widespread harvestman species worldwide, occurring natively in Europe, North and Central Asia, and Asia Minor. The species has been introduced to North America, North Africa and New Zealand from Europe. [5]

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  4. Aug 16, 2021 · In a series of new experiments, a team of researchers mapped the entire genome of Phalangium opilio, the most common species of daddy longlegs, and isolated the genes responsible for their famous ...

  5. Approximately 30 adult individuals of the species Phalangium opilio were collected during the months of May through July of 2017 in Madison, Wisconsin (USA). Animals were housed in rectangular plastic containers (25 cm × 12 cm × 12 cm) (Fig. 1 C) in groups of 3–4 with at least one male and female, and kept in a room at 24ºC.

    • 10.1186/s12983-022-00454-z
    • 2022
    • Front Zool. 2022; 19: 11.
  6. Aug 4, 2021 · We assembled the first harvestman draft genome for the species Phalangium opilio, which bears elongate, prehensile appendages, made possible by numerous distal articles called tarsomeres. Here, we show that the genome of P. opilio exhibits a single Hox cluster and no evidence of WGD.

    • Guilherme Gainett, Vanessa L. González, Jesús A. Ballesteros, Emily V. W. Setton, Caitlin M. Baker, ...
    • 2021
  7. Phalangium opilio L. is a polyphagous predator frequently found in agricultural Although the potential importance of P. opilio's feeding on pests has been recognized, little is about its activity patterns or its within-plant distribution in crops. We determined diel activity and microspatial distribution in small, fenced arenas in soybean fields.