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  1. Arachnid Attack! (Extreme Readers: Level 2) by Teresa Domnauer, 2008-04-25
  2. Spider: External Parts Book (External Anatomy of the Arachnid) by Maitri Learning, 2008-05-01
  3. Encyclopedia of insects & arachnids by Maurice Burton, 1975
  4. The mosquitoes of Canada: Diptera, Culicidae (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by D. M Wood, 1979
  5. Systematic Review Of Our Present Knowledge Of Fossil Insects: Including Myriapods And Arachnids (1886) by Samuel Hubbard Scudder, 2008-10-27
  6. Arachnid Fauna of Nallamalai Region, Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh, India
  7. Tarantulas & Other Arachnids- Everything About Purchase, Care, Nutrition, Behavior, & Housing `2nd EDITION by Samurl DMarshalll, 2001
  8. "Parts of" Invertebrates Definition Card Set of 5 (Butterfly/Insect, Lobster/Crustacean, Snail/Mollusk, Spider/Arachnid, and Starfish/Echinoderm) by Maitri Learning, 2005-09-01
  9. Snow: the Arachnids (Cloth) by K R SNOW, 1970-03-01
  10. Systematic Review of Our Present Knowledge of Fossil Insects, Including Myridpods and Arachnids by Samuel Hubbard Scudder, 2010-04-02
  11. The ground spiders of Canada and Alaska: Araneae, Gnaphosidae (The Insects of arachnids of Canada) by Norman I Platnick, 1992
  12. On the Rôle of Insects, Arachnids and Myriapods, As Carriers in the Spread of Bacterial and Parasitic Diseases of Man and Animals: A Critical and Historical Study by George Henry Falkiner Nuttall, 2010-04-22
  13. The Orb-Weaving Spiders of Canada and Alaska: Uloboridae, Tetragnathidae, Araneidae, Theridiosomatidae) the Insects and Arachnids of Canada (Pt. 23) by C. D. Dondale, J. H. Redner, et all 2003-01
  14. Collecting, preparing, and preserving insects, mites, and spiders (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by J. E. H Martin, 1977

21. Vcheeseman
Offers a variety of live arachnids, insects, and mollusks as well as equipment and books.
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An independent online community of Insect and Arachnid hobbyists, businesses, keepers, breeders, and Category Science Agriculture Beekeeping Beekeeping here to return to index Insects arachnids Fish Aquaria - Reptiles Amphibians - Birds - Critters - Dogs - Cats - Horses - Exotics

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23. Victoria Bug Zoo
Home to some of the worlds rare insects, arachnids and other creepycrawlies.
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We have a variety of LIVE creatures for your viewing enjoyment - scorpions, tarantulas, mantids, centipedes, Giant stick insects, colorful beetles, Huge grasshoppers and more! Our friendly tour guides will even offer to let you hold some of our multi-legged creatures.
In addition to our fascinating Zoo, we offer a variety of insect-related products in the gift shop. Everything from edible insect snacks and an international assortment of honeys to authentic and artistic insect replicas, toys, books, housewares, and t-shirts.
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24. Gordon's Arachnid Page
Yet Just remember ..eight legs is cool !!!!! arachnids.The pick Links. Arachnological Societies More arachnids. Well
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The Class Arachnida are the most familiar of the Arthropods outside of the ever-present insects, there are over 71 000 named species and they are united by the possession of eight legs, the lack of biting and chewing mouthparts (food is ingested in most cases as a liquid, though some help is often given the food in becoming liquid by the secretion of, or regurgitating onto or into the food of digestive enzymes from the stomach. The Class Arachnida is divided into 11 subclasses, of which the Araneae (spiders) and the Scorpiones (scorpions) are the best known, and the Acari or Acarina (mites) are the most economically important.
  • Subclass Scorpiones (Scorpions)
  • Subclass Pseudoscorpiones (Pseudoscorpions)
  • Subclass Solifugae (Sun Spiders or Wind Scorpions)
  • Subclass Palpigradi (Miniature Whip Scorpions)
  • Subclass Uropygi (Whip Scorpions)
  • Subclass Schizomida
  • Subclass Amblypygi
  • Subclass Araneae (The Common Spider)
  • Subclass Ricinulei
  • Subclass Opiliones (Harvestmen)
  • Subclass Acari (Mites)

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26. DiddyBo's Arachnids
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28. Insects, Arachnids, & Annelids Teacher Resources - NBII
Insects, arachnids, Annelids. (gr. 23). Spiders. This unit introduces kids toarachnids using a variety of media, including Eric Carle's The Very Busy Spider.
Grades K-3
Africanized Honey Bees on the Move: Lesson Plans From the University of Arizona's Africanized Honey Bee Education Project, this site includes lesson plans for K-12 teachers on issues such as pollination, the importance of bees for agriculture, bee identification, honeybee communication, bee life cycles, cultural attitudes towards bees, and more. The Amateur Entomologists' Society's Bug Club for Young Entomologists Although many of the events and activities on this site are available only to UK students, it nevertheless offers useful information for the care of classroom insects and arachnids, as well as games, a kids' newsletter, and a forum for educators to share insights regarding invertebrate education. The Arachnology Home Page From Belgium, this site bills itself as "a repository and directory of arachnological information on the Internet." With more than 1000 links, AHP provides a host of resources for students K-university. Included subject areas: primary education; courses & educational projects; museum & zoo exhibitions; arachnologists' research home pages; arachnophobia; myths, stories, poems, & art; taxonomy, classification, & DNA databases; publications, databases, & societies; conferences; collections; and books & reports. Entomology for Beginners Created by a Dutch entomologist, this site, with its kid-friendly interface, provides a simple introduction to the study of insects. Kids can learn about the various parts of an insect and their functions simply by clicking on different areas of an insect. Simple text and illustrations provide concise definitions of metamorphosis.

29. SonoranDesert
Links to various articles by Felice Prager about javelinas, cactus, scorpions, rattlers, desert safety, emergency preparedness, gila monsters, arachnids and the beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
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30. Arachnids: Pictures, Information, Classification And More
Information on arachnids spiders, scorpions, mites, ticks and others pictures, articles, classification and more. Home, arachnids
arachnids: spiders, scorpions, mites, ticks and others Do you know... that the potter wasp larva consumes from 1 to 12 caterpillars as it grows? Click here to find out more...
Arachnid, term for animals in the class including the scorpions, spiders, daddy longlegs, mites, and ticks, and certain other eight-legged land invertebrates. Fossils suggest that arachnids were among the first animals to live on land, perhaps in the early Devonian Period, nearly 400 million years ago. About 60,000 species are known, although many, especially mites, remain undiscovered or undescribed. Arachnids are found throughout the world in nearly every habitat, but they reach their greatest size and diversity in warm arid and tropical regions. Characteristics
The arachnid body is divided into two parts: anterior and posterior. The anterior part, called the cephalothorax, contains sense organs, mouthparts, and limbs in pairs. The first pair of limbs-the chelicerae-may form pincers or poison fangs, and the second pair-the pedipalps-may serve as pincers, feelers, or legs. The other limb pairs, generally four, are used for walking. The posterior part of the body, the abdomen, bears the genital opening and other structures. It is usually equipped with modified gills called book lungs. Most arachnids are solitary except at the time of mating, when a variety of complex behavior patterns may be observed. Females may guard eggs or young, which are often born live. Behavior and Importance
Arachnids are usually predaceous. Often they hunt or lie in wait for small animals such as insects. Food may be partly or wholly broken down by secreted fluids and then sucked in. Arachnids have simple eyes and various prey-subduing structures, such as the segmented, stinging tail of scorpions and the abdominal spinnerets with which spiders construct elaborate insect traps (orbs or webs). Mites constitute the largest and most diverse order of arachnids, followed by the spiders. Some mites feed on plants and a few species are serious agricultural pests. Some are predaceous, often feeding on other species of mites. Parasitic lifestyles are common among mites and many are of veterinary and medical importance. Ticks are a distinct bloodsucking subgroup of mites specialized for parasitizing reptiles, birds, and mammals. Ticks carry organisms that cause serious human diseases, such as Lyme Disease.

Virtual reality illustrations of various insects and arachnids.
Alexei Sharov
Department of Entomology

Virginia Tech
, Blacksburg, VA

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If you like real insects, you would love virtual insects because you can see them big without a microscope. Virtual insects are clean and have no smell, they will not bite or sting you. And some times they look even better than real insects. Besides learning insects, you will learn new computer technology which is called virtual reality. Virtual reality is a computer interface that maximizes our natural perception abilities. Static two-dimensional images are often deceiving; it may be hard to reconstruct scales and distances between objects. Thus, it is important to implement the third dimension and to bring depth to objects. There are two major components of three-dimensional virtual reality:
  • Movement - our eye can easily reconstruct the third dimension if the object moves.

32. Index Of /arachnids
Similar pages The arachnids and lastly the shellfish (Crustacea), and the Chelicerata' subphylum (with cheliceraeinstead of feelers), where are listed the arachnids (Arachnida) and the
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33. Invertebrates
Articles and links related to insects, arachnids, and other invertebrates.
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34. Arachnids: Spiders, Ticks, Mites And Scorpions
arachnids Spiders, Ticks and Scorpions. arachnids are a type of arthropod. Theycan occasionally transmit disease. Web Sites about arachnids
Arachnids: Spiders, Ticks and Scorpions
Arachnids are a type of arthropod. You know many of them as spiders. Like other arthropods, the arachnids have a hard exoskeleton and jointed appendages for walking. Unlike other arthropods, arachnids do not have antennae. Common arachnids are the spider, scorpions, ticks and mites.
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Invertebrate Animals Vertebrate Animals The Animal Kingdom Web Links ... Science Main Index Spiders have 8 appendages. The first pair are used for holding the prey and feeding. The second pair may also be used for holding and killing their prey. The others are used as legs for walking. Most spiders also have 8 eyes. Spiders have fangs that are used to inject poison to paralyze or kill their prey. Many spiders can produce silk threads to spin webs for catching prey, and for building cocoons for their eggs. Scorpions are the largest arachnids, some reaching over 8 inches in length. They have 6 to 12 appendages. They also have a sharp stinger at the end of their tail which is used to paralyze or kill insects and small animals. Mites and ticks are small arachnids that are parasites living on the blood and tissue fluid of other animals. They can occasionally transmit disease.

35. Troll Quality Tarantulas
Care information, pictures and articles for arachnids. Includes American Tarantula Society list of common and scientific names.
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36. - Central Insects Page
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Here you will find information on insects and arachnids that are kept in captivity. Not every insect or arachnid described here is, or should be, a pet. We are in the process of adding many types of insects to the database. We are currently adding ants, beetles, millipedes and centipedes, praying mantis, roaches, scorpions, spiders, tarantulas, as well as other insects. The forums are open for discussion of all insect types. The popdown menus below allow you to go directly to pet pages or forums for specific insect types. Animal Types Pages: Animal Types Forums: Select an Insect Page Ants Beetles Other Insects Praying Mantis Roaches Scorpions Spiders Stick Insects Tarantulas Select an Insect Forum Ants Beetles Centipedes Millipedes Other Insects Praying Mantis Roaches Scorpions Spiders - Non-Tarantulas Spiders - Tarantulas Stick Insects Insect and Arachnid Types Pages
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37. Arachnids
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38. Golden Phoenix Exotica - Buying And Selling Rare Insects, Arthropods And Other I
Living insects and arachnids for sale.
Because bugs aren't just for breakfast anymore... Home Cockroaches Centipedes Millipedes ... Links News Flash: Welcome to Golden Phoenix Our website is full of invertebrate information, pictures to enjoy, and animals to buy. Enjoy browsing each individual tab and don't forget to visit the For Sale tab and to bookmark our site so that you can find us again. A painted grasshopper from the Arizona desert. Horse lubber grasshopper, also from southern Arizona. An example of the quilt artistry of E. Anne Pennington. To see more of her artistry click here. Need a spider, tarantula, scorpion, insect, or cockroach wrangler for an upcoming project? Have spiderlings, egg sacs, or other desirable invertebrates available? Found a tarantula or other invert that needs adoption? Send us an email. Home Cockroaches Centipedes ... Links

39. Collectors Of Insects And Arachnids In Africa
biodiversity explorer. Collectors of insects and arachnids in Africa.A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Special
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Collectors of insects and arachnids in Africa
A B C D ... Z Special feature Idlewild An account by A.D. Izard of an expedition he went on with K.H. Barnard C.W. Thorne and Mr Cameron to the Langeberg Mountains in the Riversdale vicinity of the Western Cape, South Africa. This site arose from a project instigated by the Biosystematics Interest Group of the Entomological Society of southern Africa in 1993. Originally, the aim was to cover only the deceased collectors but I have expanded the scope to include living collectors as well. This makes the project much larger but makes the information much more useful. The first version of this site appeared on the web site of the Entomological Society of southern Africa. Despite having a stated scope covering the whole of Africa, this site is currently devoted almost entirely to those people who have collected insects and arachnids in southern Africa. Even here, the coverage is far from complete. With time we would like to build up this site steadily and include people who have collected insects elsewhere in Africa. The information comes from the following sources:
  • List of collectors in the National Museum, Bloemfontein, supplied by John Irish (only people who collected more than 10 specimens have been included).

40. Arachnids
arachnids are the group of arthropods that include spiders, scorpions, ticksand mites. All arachnids have eight legs. Spiders are arachnids.
Arachnids are the group of arthropods that include spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites. All arachnids have eight legs. Arachnids evolved about 500 million years ago. That's about 50, 000 times longer than humans have been on earth. Spiders are arachnids. Their bodies are in two parts, the head and the abdomen. They do not have feelers. Most spiders have eight eyes, but some have six, four or two. Many spiders trap their food in webs. Not all spiders make webs. Some are hunters. Some spiders dig homes under the ground. Some spiders can live most of their lives under water in bubble webs. Some spiders have claws at the end of each leg. Spiders live in all sorts of environments. Scorpions and spiders are predators of other insects. Not all scorpions, and very few spiders, are dangerous to man. All scorpions have: a sting, which they use to subdue prey; pincers, which they also use to subdue and to handle prey. There are far more species of ticks and mites than other orders of arachnids. Ticks and mites are mostly parasitic; scorpions and spiders are not. Where can I find out more information about arachnids?

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