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The egg sac could be a glossy red or white papery disc hooked up tightly to the bottom of a stone; in a few species it's a white sac guarded by way of the feminine . so much Gnaphosidae have posterior median eyes oval at an perspective (see above) and the endites (p. nine) concave and a bit constricted of their heart . the various 2, 000 species of Gnaphosids are present in temperate areas, most likely 250 species in N . A. and less in Europe. Gnaphosa muscorum N. Hemisphere Zelotes subterraneus N. Hemisphere ~ 9mm (0. 4/1 ) 86 Drassocles /apidosus 'i?

2/1) cosmatrapical; buildi"9S ~ DADDY-LONG-LEGS SPIDERS 33 UROCTEIDS (Urocteidae) of a few dozen species are came across purely within the outdated global. They stay below stones and in rock crevices, the place they make a dense, flat silk tube as much as five cm (2") vast or a chain of sheets above and less than the spider. bugs crossing the threads develop into entangled and are spun into the internet because the spider, its spinnerets pointing in, runs round the insect. The prey is then break free and carried again to the guts of the retreat.

3") southwestern U. S. V . flavul .. em (1. 5") southwestern U. S. immense furry HADRURUS Hodrurus ar;zonensis to eleven em (4") southwestern U. S . " a small kin with huge, darkish the teeth an base of decrease jaw SCORPIONS a hundred twenty five comb '\... , \\ underside of Buthus ecu BUTHUS B. occitanus 5cm (2") southern Europe; sting painful BUTHIDAE, with six hundred species, has similar representatives on all continents other than Antarctica ; it's the biggest kin of scorpions . The sternum is triangular, pointed in entrance and sometimes longer than it's broad .

Hemisphere biting bee Stephanopis . p. ~ 6 mm (0 . 2/1 ) Chile Synema 9/obosum ~ 4mm M. asperatus ~ five mm (0. 2") N. A. ; crops CRAB SPIDERS ninety five X. crislalus ~ 7 mm (0. 3") Europe X. emerloni ~ five mm (0. 2") N. A. XYSTICUS of greater than 230 speĀ· cies ensue in all components of the area, moinly within the Northern Hem isphere . so much ore came upon lower than bark or at the floor. boring brownish, they resemble their heritage . men may possibly glance rather varied from adult females. CORIARACHNE has numerous speĀ· cies happening in N.

Many have orange plates at the stomach. Oonopids dwell less than stones or in muddle and will run quickly. such a lot are tropical. approximately 20 species happen in southern U. S. ; a number of succeed in northern Europe, a few in homes. CAPONIIDS (Caponiidae) to thirteen mm (0. 5") lengthy, have merely eyes, hardly 8 in a single staff. The oval stomach lacks lungs yet has 4 respiration slits. present in clutter and below stones, in tropics and southwestern U. S. ; they run quickly. ~ carapace Nops sp. Q 6 mm (0. 2") Lesser Antilles 26 DYSDERIDS (Dysderidae) have six eyes heavily grouped, an extended labium, and 4 conspicuous breathing slits, instead of , at the underside of the stomach.

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