Opiliones


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Villarreal OM, Manzanilla JP, Steines F (2008) Dos casos de anurofagia por Santinezia curvipes (Roewer, 1916) (Opiliones:Cranaidae).
Entre los aracnidos los opiliones o aranas segadoras, "harvestman", constituyen el cuarto orden mas grande, con al menos 6500 especies descritas actualmente; se encuentran en diversos habitats terrestres y en todos los continentes a excepcion de la Antartida (Kury 2000).
Once dried, the arthropods were identified to order or suborder and categorised into 14 main groups according to Ponce & Magnani (1988): Opiliones, Aranea, Diplopoda, Saltatoria, Dermaptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera without Formicidae, Formicidae, Coleoptera, Lepidoptera imagines (adults), Lepidoptera larvae (caterpillars), Isopoda, Heteroptera and Homoptera.
Morphology and meiotic/mitotic behavior of B chromosomes in a Japanese harvestman, Metagagrella tenuipes (Arachnida: Opiliones): no evidence for B accumulation mechanisms.
Complemento cromosomico y meiosis de Holmbergiana weyenberghii (Opiliones: Sclerosomatidae: Gagrellinae) de Argentina
This image of a fused body corresponds to other orders of arachnids, either with ticks and mites or with opiliones (harvestman, daddy longlegs), which are arachnids like spiders but with a prosoma and opisthosoma united throughout their whole width and many with long legs.
The Assamiidae (Opiliones: Assamiidae) from Rio Muni (Equatorial Guinea), with the description of eight new species.
COMMON NAME ORDER DESCRIPTION Spiders Araneae Eight legs, no wings Beetles Coleoptera Hard elytra Springtails Collembola Minute & wingless Earwigs Dermaptera "Pincer"-like cerci Flies, gnats, Diptera Only order with two wings mosquitoes Leafhoppers, Hemiptera Wings half hard, half planthoppers membranous Aphids Homoptera Small, with cornicles Wasps (many small Hymenoptera Usually with a constricted parasitoids), "waist" bees, ants Moths, Lepidoptera Scale-covered wings butterflies Lacewings Neuroptera Clear, vein-filled wings Harvestmen Opiliones Like spiders, often called "daddy longlegs" Crickets, Orthoptera Long hind legs for jumping grasshoppers, katydids
These and similar quinones are shared by disparate groups, including millipedes; cockroaches; tenebrionid, staphylinid, and carabid beetles; earwigs; and daddylonglegs (Opiliones).
Staggered clines in a hybrid zone between two chromosome races of the harvtestman Gagrellopsis nodulifera (Arachnida: Opiliones).
Two additional sources of long-distance seed dispersal noted in other Trillium species are harvestmen, Arachnida: Opiliones (Gunther an d Lanza 1989) and yellow jackets, Vespula vulgaris (Jules 1996).