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  1. Tarantulas and Other Arachnids by Samuel D. Marshall, 2001-02-01
  2. About Arachnids: A Guide for Children (About...) by Cathryn Sill, 2006-03-01
  3. The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Insects and Arachnids
  4. Arachnids by Jan Beccaloni, 2009-11-01
  5. Arachnid the King of Spiders by Adam Blade, 2008-05-08
  6. Arachnid: the Spider King (Beast Quest, No. 11) by Adam Blade, 2009-05-01
  7. The grasshoppers, crickets, and related insects of Canada and adjacent regions: Ulonata, Dermaptera, Cheleutoptera, Notoptera, Dictuoptera, Grylloptera, ... (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by V. R Vickery, 1985
  8. Arachnid Army Book (Starship Troopers) by Matthew Sprange, 2006-02-01
  9. The Arachnid Class (Family Trees) by Rebecca Stefoff, 2008-09
  10. Urban Insects and Arachnids: A Handbook of Urban Entomology by William H. Robinson, 2005-05-16
  11. Medical Insects and Arachnids (Natural History Museum) by R.P. Lane, R.W. Crosskey, 1993-07-31
  12. Incredible Arachnids (Townsend, John, Incredible Creatures.) by John Townsend, 2005-09-15
  13. Insects and Arachnids of Canada Part 12 (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by Carl M. Yoshimoto, 1990-01
  14. Catalogue of the Smaller Arachnid Orders of the World: Amblypygi, Uropygi, Schizomida, Palpigradi, Ricinulei and Solifugae by Mark S. Harvey, 2003-06

1. THE ARACHNOLOGY HOME PAGE
Index to more than 1000 web sites related to arachnids.Category Science Biology Zoology Arthropoda Arachnology......The Arachnology Home Page is an index to more than 1000 pages concerning arachnids.ARACHNOLOGY The study of arachnids. (spiders and their relatives).
http://www.ufsia.ac.be/Arachnology/Arachnology.html
ARACHNOLOGY
The study of arachnids
(spiders and their relatives)
Acari - Amblypygi - Araneae - Opiliones - Palpigradi - Pseudoscorpiones - Ricinulei - Schizomida - Scorpiones - Solifugae - Uropygi ( Thelyphonida )
extinct: Architarbi - Anthracomarti - Haptopoda - Kustarachnae - Trigonotarbi
The Arachnology Home Page is moved to the website of The International Society of Arachnology http://www.arachnology.org/

2. The Canadian National Collection (CNC) Of Insects, Arachnids And Nematodes (this
Information on the 16 million specimens contained in the collection, plus curatorial units and staff. Links to onsite entomology and arachnology documentation, and other relevant web sites.
http://res2.agr.ca/ecorc/cnc/
This page has moved to the following address: http://www.agr.gc.ca/science/ecorc/cnc/index_e.htm Please adjust your links accordingly.

3. Whitehats Network Security Resource
arachnids. Welcome Network and System administrators can use the arachnidssignatures to detect attacks against their networks. Also
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4. Entomology - Spiders And Other Arachnids
Presents a comprehensive collection of photographs, links, and species information for spiders of northwest Europe. Groupe d'etude des Arachnides, Lionel Dabat. Aranea Norvegiae. arachnids, arthropods, reptiles of Europe. Arachnodata
http://spiders.ucr.edu/
    Spiders and other Arachnids at UC Riverside
    UCR research and extension on Spiders and other Arachnids
Spider myths
The myth of the brown recluse bite
Even in areas where Brown Recluse spiders do not occur, doctors and the public frequently diagnose a variety of lesions as brown recluse spider bites. The following articles written for different audiences address this issue: An amusing yet educational rant regarding the lack of BR in California"The Myth of the Brown Recluse"
"The Myth of the Brown Recluse"
A peer-reviewed article for the general public in UCDavis Pest Notes
"Brown recluse and other recluse spiders"

5. WildNet Africa - Zimbabwe Wildlife - The Junior Page - Scorpions
LEARNING ABOUT arachnids arachnids (pronounced Araknids) are the class of arthropods that include spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites.
http://wildnetafrica.co.za/wildlifestuff/juniorpage/scorpions/scorpion.html

6. Index
Pictures, information and care sheets on a collection of arachnids and reptiles.
http://www.tenby16.freeserve.co.uk/
Archnid and reptile photos and information Welcome to our web pages. We do not sell reptiles or arachnids but enjoy keeping and breeding them as a fascinating hobby and learning experience, so please feel free to browse our growing collection of photos and information on our collection of animals. Our snakes are growing and changing all the time. Although we have bred the boas in the past we have no intention at the moment of putting them into breeding condition again this year. We are also finding it more and more difficult to get good photographs of them as they get bigger. As responsible reptile keepers we feel it is important to share information and to help others who may not be as experienced or have a good source of advice. we therefore invite other reptile enthusiasts to Email Us with questions. we will try to answer every query either through experience, research or directing you to a more relevent source. Acer and Grey the iguanas are still around at 15 and 10 years old. we are sure they are some of the oldest, unless someone else has older iguanas out there? If you have iguanas or any reptiles you would like to tell us about then feel free to Email Us with some pictures and information. If you like we will create a page for your animal on this site.

7. Petbugs.com
Invertebrates in captivity caresheets, resources, and a discussion forum for arachnids, beetles, stick and leaf insects, and other insects.
http://www.petbugs.com/
...your connection to the world of invertebrates in captivity! About This Site
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petbugs.com news The Book Store nothing's better Nothing beats a good bug book! Well maybe a good bug... Click here to scroll the titles! New Caresheets Who's afraid of
the big bad bugs?
Spiders and scorps and centipedes galore... Click on the pic to find out even more!!! Information Interactive Features Bug Quiz How well would you say you know "bugs"? Test your knowledge with this amusing activity! The fun-filled Bug Quiz gets harder as you get further, with an "award" for the people that make it to the end! Are you up for the challenge? Good luck!
Caresheets
WAIT! So you want to buy a "bug"... well before you purchase one, take a look through the petbugs.com Caresheets. They contain a lot of information on many different invertebrates to help find the best species for you, or read up on the species you had in mind!
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This searchable directory has everything from insect information to tarantula clothing! (Hundreds of resources!) This one is a must-see, we suggest that you bookmark it!!!

8. Arachnids Internet Hosting - Fast, Reliable And Cost Effective Web Foundations.
Provides web hosting plans for individuals and resellers.
http://arachnidshosting.com

9. Sonoran Arthropod Studies Institute, SASI Online, Bugs, Insects, Arachnids, Ento
Insects, arachnids, and other arthropods that affect the Sonoran ecosystem. Located in Tucson, Arizona.
http://www.sasionline.org/

10. The Canadian National Collection (CNC) Of Insects, Arachnids And Nematodes (this
Information on the 16 million specimens contained in the Canadian National Collection (CNC).
http://res2.agr.ca/ecorc/cnc/index.htm
This page has moved to the following address: http://www.agr.gc.ca/science/ecorc/cnc/index_e.htm Please adjust your links accordingly.

11. Arachnid Printouts - EnchantedLearning.com
arachnids breathe air through booklungs, gill-like structures. Class Ricinulei ((about15 species of ricinuleids, small, short-legged arachnids from Africa);
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/arachnids/Arachnidprintouts.shtml
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Arachnid
are animals that have an exoskeleton, a two-part segmented body, and 8 jointed legs; they do not have a backbone. The body is divided into the prosoma and the abdomen. The prosoma anchors the chelicerae (pincers), pedipalps (mouth parts) and four pairs of legs. Arachnid are aggressive predators. They are cold-blooded; their body temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. Arachnids breathe air through book-lungs, gill-like structures. Classification
  • Phylum Arthropoda
  • Class Arachnida
    • Class Acarina (about 10,000 species of mites and ticks)
    • Class Amblypygi (about 50 species similar to whip scorpions, but with antenna-like first pair of legs)
    • Class Araneae (about 20,000 species of spiders)
    • Class Opiliones (about 2400 species of harvestmen or Daddy long-legs)
    • Class Palpigradi (about 21 species of micro-whip scorpions)
    • Class Pseudoscorpionida (about 110 species of small arachnids with venomous pincers)
    • Class Ricinulei ((about 15 species of ricinuleids, small, short-legged arachnids from Africa)

12. Arachnid Painting Pages - EnchantedLearning.com
arachnids breathe air through booklungs, gill-like structures. Class Ricinulei (about15 species of ricinuleids, small, short-legged arachnids from Africa);
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/painting/Arachnidprintouts.shtml
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Arachnid Online Painting Pages
Arachnid
are animals that have an exoskeleton, a two-part segmented body, and 8 jointed legs; they do not have a backbone. The body is divided into the prosoma and the abdomen. The prosoma anchors the chelicerae (pincers), pedipalps (mouth parts) and four pairs of legs. Arachnid are aggressive predators. They are cold-blooded; their body temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. Arachnids breathe air through book-lungs, gill-like structures. Classification
  • Phylum Arthropoda
  • Class Arachnida
    • Class Acarina (about 10,000 species of mites and ticks)
    • Class Amblypygi (about 50 species similar to whip scorpions, but with antenna-like first pair of legs)
    • Class Araneae (about 20,000 species of spiders)
    • Class Opiliones (about 2400 species of harvestmen or daddy long-legs)
    • Class Palpigradi (about 21 species of micro-whip scorpions)
    • Class Pseudoscorpionida (about 110 species of small arachnids with venomous pincers)
    • Class Ricinulei (about 15 species of ricinuleids, small, short-legged arachnids from Africa)

13. Butterfly Art Featuring Butterflies And Arachnids
Artistically arranged specimens of real butterflies and arachnids mounted in frames or acrylic domes.
http://newman-art-designs.com.au
Butterfly Art featuring butterflies and arachnids
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Welcome to Newman Art Designs , a unique, e-source of real butterfly and insect art, offering some of the cheapest butterfly art on the internet . We specialise in artistic arrangements of insects (butterflies, beetles etc.) and arachnids (scorpions, spiders etc.) set either in acrylic domes or frames. Also find on our site an array of other gift lines e.g. Pewter animals, and key rings. Specimens chosen for use are of high quality, and are procured from butterfly farms throughout the world. Because they are mostly farm bred, natural populations have a better chance of survival.
The emphasis is on " natural art " not just presenting a preserved specimen per se, although, the singularly framed specimens in our range showcase the absolute beauty of butterflies.
Art pieces can be purchased online. These expressions of natural art are ideal gifts for memorable moments. Please enjoy your browsing. Note: The colours in the photos no where near represent the real life colours of the butterflies. Please be pleasantly surprised with the vibrancy and textures of the wings if you purchase any of our arrangements.

14. Arachnids
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15. Wilderness Survival: Dangerous Animals
Describes how to behave toward dangerous animals in a survival situation. Includes information on land animals, snakes, arachnids, and marine life.
http://www.wilderness-survival.net/chp11.php
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Animals rarely are as threatening to the survivor as the rest of the environment. Common sense tells the survivor to avoid encounters with lions, bears, and other large or dangerous animals. You should also avoid large grazing animals with horns, hooves, and great weight. Your actions may prevent unexpected meetings. Move carefully through their environment. Do not attract large predators by leaving food lying around your camp. Carefully survey the scene before entering water or forests. Smaller animals actually present more of a threat to the survivor than large animals. To compensate for their size, nature has given many small animals weapons such as fangs and stingers to defend themselves. Each year, a few people are bitten by sharks, mauled by alligators, and attacked by bears. Most of these incidents were in some way the victim's fault. However, each year more victims die from bites by relatively small venomous snakes than by large dangerous animals. Even more victims die from allergic reactions to bee stings. For this reason, we will pay more attention to smaller and potentially more dangerous creatures. These are the animals you are more likely to meet as you unwittingly move into their habitat, or they slip into your environment unnoticed. Keeping a level head and an awareness of your surroundings will keep you alive if you use a few simple safety procedures. Do not let curiosity and carelessness kill or injure you.

16. Arachnids: Scorpions, Spiders, Etc.
Biology, natural history and husbandry of spiders,scorpions, and other arachnids.
http://www.herper.com/inverts/arachnids.html
Arachnids Tarantulas Other spiders Scorpions Other arachnids Herper.com's Arachnid Pages: Arachnid Societies: Arachnid Science: On the day of our arrival we dined in a great room overlooking the river. For some reason the talk turned on spiders, and Bee-Mason shuddered with what, at the time, we took to be an exaggeration of feeling. "I hate them," he said bitterly. "Even a house-spider in England makes me feel queer." Urrio and I looked at him in surprise, but there was no amusement in his face. His eyes were serious, his expression troubled, and we realized suddenly that he felt the same primeval repulsion towards spiders as Lord Roberts felt towards cats. Impulsively he thrust a leathery arm across the table. "I have kept bees for years," he said, "and hundreds sting me every season, but put an ordinary, harmless house-spider on my hand, and I'll faint." "Probably there aren't as many tarantulas as travelers make out," soothed Urrio.

17. Systematics Of The Arachnida
arachnids also include a number of less familiar taxa Opiliones (harvestmenor daddylonglegs); Thelyphonida (whip-scorpions); Pseudoscorpiones (false
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/arthropoda/chelicerata/arachnidasy.html
Cheliceramorpha : Systematics, Part 2
The Arachnida
The Arachnida include the terrestrial chelicerates that everyone is familiar with, and that nearly everyone would rather not be too familiar with: spiders ( Araneae ), ticks and mites ( Acari ), and scorpions ( Scorpiones ). Arachnids also include a number of less familiar taxa: Opiliones (harvestmen or daddy-longlegs); Thelyphonida (whip-scorpions); Pseudoscorpiones (false scorpions); and many others. Most are predators, and some are venomous. All are terrestrial, except for some mites and spiders that have become secondarily aquatic. For more information on arachnids on the WWW, try the Arachnida pages at the Tree of Life , or visit the very comprehensive arachnology home page at Antwerp University in Belgium and this fine Arachnida Sources Listing Peruse the excellent Scorpion du jour pages for information on scorpions, or see some spider pictures on the arachnid mailing list homepage Sources:
Petrunkevitch, A. 1960. Arachnida. P42-P162 in Moore, R.C. (ed.) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part P: Arthropoda 2: Chelicerata.

18. New Online Shop Will Be Ready Soon
Online shop selling live insects, arachnids, and other invertebrates all over Europe.
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Our online shop, together with an even bigger selection os the finest invertebrates and auxilliures will but up soon
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19. ThompsonsDEN Reptiles
Offers captive born and selectively imported reptiles, amphibians and arachnids.
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20. Arachnids
arachnids Spiders, Scorpions, Ticks, Mites 1 saguaros. They feed uponthe tiny insects and arachnids that share this microhabitat.
http://www.sasionline.org/arthzoo/archnids.htm
ARACHNIDS Spiders, Scorpions, Ticks, Mites ...
1 or 2 body regions
4 pairs of legs
No antennae
desert funnelweb spider
Agelenidae

This medium sized spider lives at the bottom of its funnel shaped web and runs out to subdue the prey which falls onto the web. After the prey is subdued and wrapped in silk, it is dragged to the retreat at the bottom of the web to be consumed.
You don't see the spider? Of course not it's hiding at the bottom. Here's one that came out.
solpugid
Eremobates sp.

Also known as "Sun Spiders" these voracious nocturnal predators live in warm, arid regions of the world. Solpugids feed upon a variety of small animals including vertebrates. Solpugids eat much more than other arachnids of comparable size and are thus quite beneficial as a limiting factor for potentially destructive organisms.
wolf spider
Lycosa sp.
Wolf spiders have good vision and swiftly chase down their prey rather than snaring them in a web. The female wolf spider carries her egg sac attached to her spinnerets until the eggs hatch. The young spiders then ride on her back until the first molt of their exoskeleton. velvet mite Dinothrombium sp These quarter inch arachnids emerge following the first heavy summer rains, coinciding with the emergence of winged termites on their nuptial flight. These are the velvet mite's sole food. Termites provide rich nutrients which allow for a brief visit to the surface to feed, mate, lay eggs and return to the soil.

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