Phalangium


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Related to Phalangium: Phalangium opilio
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Noun1.Phalangium - type genus of the family PhalangiidaePhalangium - type genus of the family Phalangiidae
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Phalangiidae, Phalangiidae - a family of Phalangida
harvestman, Phalangium opilio, daddy longlegs - spiderlike arachnid with a small rounded body and very long thin legs
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A critical habitat for Mediterranean fish resources: shelf-break areas with Leptometra phalangium (Echinodermata: Crinoidea).
Structure and function of the reproductive system of the symbiotic spider crab Inachus phalangium (Decapoda: Majidae): observations on sperm transfer, sperm storage and spawning.
It differs from Phalangium in terms of shorter tarsus of pedipalps, shorter and thicker legs (Banks, 1893; Snegovaya 2012).
Thomas Say named his new American phalangid species Phalangium vittatum in 1821.
1 1 0 Araneidae 3 1 1 0 Ctenidae 18 15 4 Salticidae 3 2 0 Clubionidae 0 0 0 Opilionida Phalangidae Phalangium 1 0 0 opilio TOTAL 297 314 Numero de ejemplares ORDEN FAMILIA GENERO Rangos Zona B 1 2 Coleoptera Lampyridae 0 0 Elateridae 5 2 Curculionidae Cosmopolites 2 3 sp.
He designed the name in 1955 (Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology) for a fossil called Phalangium Schrammen, 1910.
Several studies further indicate that harvestmen, primarily Phalangium opilio (L), may be significant biocontrol agents of homopteran (Dixon and MeKinlay, 1989), coleopteran (Drummond et at.
Chemically, phenols and benzoquinones predominate within laniatorid secretions, while acyclic components and, at least in Phalangium opilio Linnaeus 1758, also naphthoquinones (Wiemer et al.
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.
Behavioral roles of the sexually dimorphic structures in the male harvestman Phalangium opilio (Opiliones, Phalangiidae).