Comparative postembryonic development of arachnids
Sure enough, giant arachnids
soon begin to terrorize and gobble up the inhabitants of the small desert town of Prosperity, Ariz.
For cassava, however, the tiny arachnids
are both a problem and, now, a solution.
The Southern California Spider Survey met its goal of netting 1,000 arachnids
brought to the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History by the public, officials said.
Dobson's team also mapped the hot spots of specific endangered groups: mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, fish, crustaceans, clams, snails, insects, arachnids
, and plants.
The teen has two arachnids
, a scorpion, snake and hedgehog.
Paleontologists have discovered fossilized fragments of the oldest known land-adapted creatures: centipedes and tiny, spider-like arachnids
dating back about 414 million years.
Since mites are arachnids
, not insects, many insecticides are not effective.
Today, scientists envy silk-spinning arachnids
for their molecular handiwork and the strong biological polymer they produce.
Who cares if 1,000 arachnids
become extinct in an Amazon rain forest?
When Flik messes up the agreement, the head grasshopper (voiced by a fiendishly menacing Kevin Spacey) demands even more food - or else there's going to be a pile of eight-legged arachnids
pushing up dirt in the colony's graveyard.
They also spent two months studying the differences between insects, worms and arachnids
by studying silk worms, ants, butterflies and other critters.