Phalangium


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Predation on the Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) by Phalangium opilio (Opiliones: Phalangidae).
Daily locomotory activity in Phalangium opilic and seven species of Leiobunum (Arthropoda: Phalangida).
The other better-known tramp (synanthropic species) of Phalangiidae known from throughout the Northern Hemisphere and New Zealand, Phalangium opilio Linnaeus, 1758 is remarkably not recorded from Iran.
Opilio parietinus (DeGeer, 1778) Phalangium parietinum DeGeer 1778:116, fig.
In 1758 the genus Phalangium is established by Carl Linnaeus in the 10th edition Of Svstema Naturae.
2000) and Inachus phalangium (Diesel 1990), the sperm masses are stored dorsoventrally in the spermathecae when they are not too full (i.e., the last sperm mass is stored closer to the oviduct).
Chemically, phenols and benzoquinones predominate within laniatorid secretions, while acyclic components and, at least in Phalangium opilio Linnaeus 1758, also naphthoquinones (Wiemer et al.
Behavioral roles of the sexually dimorphic structures in the male harvestman Phalangium opilio (Opiliones, Phalangiidae).
Why, for example, does the single phalangiid studied so far (Phalangium opilio L.
Wood's (1868) original description of Phalangium verrucosum was based on male specimens of unknown origin.
Naturgeschichte der Insekten-Gattungen Solpuga and Phalangium. Pp.
Daily locomotory activity in Phalangium opilio and seven species of Leiobunum (Arthropoda: Phalangida).
Phalangium opilio is known to feed, primarily nocturnally, upon a variety of arthropod pests.
The first one contains species with region-wide distribution (indicated by the spread of lines that connect the sampling sites where a species has been sampled): Pyza bosnica (Roewer 1919), Paranemastoma radewi (Roewer 1926), Paranemastoma aurigerum ryla (Roewer 1951), Phalangium opilio Linnaeus 1758, Rilaena cf.