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  1. The spittlebugs of Canada: Homoptera--Cercopidae (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by K. G. A Hamilton, 1982
  2. On The Role Of Insects, Arachnids And Myriapods As Carriers In The Spread Of Bacterial And Parasitic Diseases Of Man And Animals (1899) by George Henry Falkiner Nuttall, 2010-09-10
  3. Orb Web Weavers: Hungry Spinners (Arachnid World) by Sandra Markle, 2011-03
  4. Coxal Glands of the Arachnids by Bertram Henry Buxton, 2010-01-13
  5. The plant bugs of the Prairie Provinces of Canada: Heteroptera, Miridae (The Insects and Arachnids of Canada) by Leonard A Kelton, 1980
  6. Index to the Known Fossil Insects of the World; Including Myriopods and Arachnids by Samuel Hubbard Scudder, 2010-03
  7. Arachnid Fauna of Nallamalai Region, Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh, India
  8. Identifying British Insects and Arachnids: An Annotated Bibliography of Key Works
  9. The crab spiders of Canada and Alaska: Araneae: Philodromidae and Thomisidae (The Insects and arachnids of Canada) by Charles D Dondale, 1978
  10. Amazing Arachnids (Book Treks) by Lucy Floyd, 2002-01
  11. Common Spiders and Other Arachnids of the Gambia, West Africa by David Penney, 2009-05
  12. Encyclopedia of Insects and Arachnids by Maurice Burton, 1985-01
  13. The genera of larval midges of Canada: Diptera--Chironomidae (The insects and arachnids of Canada) by Donald R Oliver, 1983
  14. Observations on the embryology of insects and arachnids by Adam Todd Bruce, 2010-08-19

41. The Insects Home Page
Offers care sheets about keeping insects and arthropods and information about clubs and societies for insects, arachnids and for other arthropods.
News Flash A New Insect Order Is Discovered There is much excitement in the entomological world at the momement as a new order of insects has just been discovered. To find out more visit the National Geographic news page. There are well over 1 million different known species of insects in the world, and some experts estimate that there might be as many as 10 million. They are divided up into 32 orders (depending on whose taxonomic system you use) of which the largest is the Beetles (Coleoptera) with 125 different families and around 500,000 species. In fact one in every four animal species on this planet is a beetle. Well everywhere on land anyway, very few insects have invaded the sea, though some like the Marine Flies (Halobates sp.) and the Seashore Collembolan Anurida maritma live on the surface and the larva of a small number of True Flies (Diptera) and Beetles (Coleoptera) live beneath the surface mostly in rockpools. On land though there isn't anyhere you can go that you can't find some insects living there, even in the frozen extremes of Arctica and Antartica you will some insects alive and active during the warmer months. You will find that insects are ubiquitous, they are in the soil beneath your feet, the air above your head, on and in the bodies of the plants and animals around you, as well as on and in you.

42. Arachnids
Scorpion 1, 3, 6, 12, 25. Black Spitting Thicktail, Parabuthus transvaalicus,$32.00, $28.00, $24.00, Emperor, Pandinus imperator, $8.00, $6.40, $5.60,$4.80.
Scorpion: Black Spitting Thicktail Parabuthus transvaalicus Emperor Pandinus imperator Walhberg's Tri-color Opistothalmus walhbergi Tarantulas: Bloodleg Aphonopelma bicoloratum Brazilian Black Tarantula Grammostola pulchra Brazilian Red Nhandu Carapoensis Cinnamon Tarantula Crassicrus lamanai Colombian Redleg Tarantula Megaphobema robustum Colombian Redleg Tarantula spiderlings Megaphobema robustum Curlyhair Tarantula Brachypelma albopilosa Giant Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula Avicularia urticans King Baboon Spider 1" - 1.5" Citharischius crawshayi Mexican Blonde Aphonopelma chalcodes Mexican Redknee spiderlings Brachypelma smithi Pinkzebra Beauty Tarantula Eupalaestrus campestratus Rosehair Tarantula Grammastola rosea Shorthair Zebra Tarantula Acanthoscurria musculosa Stripeknee Tarantula Aphonopelma seemanni Tawny Red Baboon Spider Hystercrates gigas Tiger Rump Tarantula Cyclosternum fasciata Whiteknee 1" - 1.5" Acanthoscurria genicutata Invertabrates: Miscellaneous: Vietnamese Centipede Scolopendra s. subspinipes Medium Large X-Lg Fancy Hermit Crab Coenobita clypeatus Native Hermit Crab Coenobita clypeatus Be Sure to Check our Specials Page for
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43. New Entomological Taxa Homepage
Monthly publication by Scientific Reference Resources designed to provide entomologists with information regarding new taxa of insects, arachnids, and myriapods, and nomenclature changes in these groups.
New Entomological Taxa Home page
New Entomological Taxa (NET) is a monthly publication designed to provide entomologists with timely and inexpensive access to the literature on new entomological taxa and nomenclature changes. To accomplish this goal, NET catalogues the new taxa of insects, acari, arachnids and myriapods, in addition to parasites and pathogens associated with these groups of arthropods, which appear in the current literature. Nomenclature changes, such as new combinations, new synonyms and taxa of new or revised status are also included. We offer subscriptions to individual taxonomic sections of NET starting at $25US for Internet access to 12 monthly issues. The Introduction outlines the scope of coverage of NET, describes the rationale behind the format of the printed and Internet versions, and explains the indices which will help users to find information of interest in NET. The Master List of Journal and Serial Titles Searched page lists all of the journals and book series which are searched for articles reporting new taxa and nomenclature changes. SRR welcomes suggestions for serial titles which we are lacking.
Published issues of New Entomological Taxa
  • Volume 1, Issue 5 (June 1999)

44. Arachnids
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46. Wilderness Survival: Dangerous Insects And Arachnids
Describes the dangerous insects and arachnids you may encounter in a survivalsituation. Includes DANGEROUS INSECTS AND arachnids. Insects
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Insects are often overlooked as a danger to the survivor. More people in the United States die each year from bee stings, and resulting anaphylactic shock, than from snake bites. A few other insects are venomous enough to kill, but often the greatest danger is the transmission of disease. Scorpion
Scorpionidae order Description: Dull brown, yellow, or black. Have 7.5- to 20-centimeter long lobsterlike pincers andjointed tail usually held over the back. There are 800 species of scorpions. Habitat: Decaying matter, under debris, logs, and rocks. Feeds at night. Sometimes hides in boots. Distribution: Worldwide in temperate, arid, and tropical regions. CAUTION Scorpions sting with their tails, causing local pain, swelling, possible incapacitation, and death. Brown house spider or brown recluse spider
Laxosceles reclusa Description: Brown to black with obvious "fiddle" on back of head and thorax. Chunky body with long, slim legs 2.5 to 4 centimeters long. Habitat: Under debris, rocks, and logs. In caves and dark places.

47. Insect Inside Home
Information on caring for Australian native insects and arachnids.

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"Insects and Arachnids a growing part of alternate pets."
Insect Inside is an exciting part of the Australian pet Industry supplying insects and arachnids to the trade. As you may be aware Insects and Arachnids are becoming the growing trend as alternate pets. Insect Inside' mission is to both supply these amazing creatures and provide all relevant information related to the their breeding. Utilizing the most up to date information supplied by Insect Inside means that you will be more informed and also have a reliable source of support. All information contained within our site has been intentionally simplified and generalized to offer the enthusiast the most comprehensive guidelines available!
Located in sunny tropical North Queensland, Insect Inside is a major supplier of insects as well as arachnids to the retail pet industry. We pride ourselves on being one of the most professional companies in the field. Our amazing range of products aimed at catering for insects as well as arachnids also includes lighting and heating and are amongst leading products supplied across the world.

48. Bookmarks - Arachnids
Bookmarks arachnids. Australia. Spiders The Queensland Museum's spiderinformation. Information about spiders found in south-east Queensland.
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Australia Spiders
The Queensland Museum's spider information. Information about spiders found in south-east Queensland. You can use the site to identify spiders and it for spider bite first aid.
Spider Homepage
A site by Year 5 students at Rochedale State School. There is information and pictures on a number of spiders as well as spider biology and anatomy.
Spiders of Australia
Colour photos of common Queensland spiders
International Araneoid Spider Systematics A specialist research site from University of George Washington and Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History. Arachnology Homepage A directory of arachnological information on the Internet. Links are organised by subject.

49. Solifugae
Short article with four images from the Biodiversity Explorer.
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Order Solifugae
(Phylum: Arthropoda , subphylum Chelicerata, class Arachnida) This group of arachnids has various common names most of which suggest that they are spiders, which they are not. The only similarity they share with spiders is the fact that they have eight legs. Solifugids have no venom glands and are not a threat to man although they are very aggressive and fast moving and can inflict a painful bite. Solifugid eating an insect. Solifugid (body length about 15-20 mm). Solifugid from De Hoop Nature Reserve (body length about 35 mm). Solifugid from Vrolikheid Nature Reserve. Animals of this colour probably originated the term 'red roman' (body length about 50 mm).. The name of the solifugids originates from the Latin for 'fleeing from the sun' although many species are nocturnal. The term 'sun spider' applies to those species active during the day that tend to avoid the heat and dash from shadow to shadow - often of a person - giving the alarming impression that they are giving chase. The term 'red roman' probably originates form the Afrikaans term 'rooiman' (red man) due to the red-brown colour of some species. The popular terms 'haarskeerders' and 'baardskeerders' (Afrikaans words for hair and beard cutters) originate from the strange behaviour of some of these animals where they cut hair from sleeping people or animals (dogs) at night. It appears that female solifugids find hair to be an ideal nest liner. Solifugids appear to have 10 legs but in fact, the first pair of appendages are the pedipalps that are very strong and are used for various functions such as drinking, fighting, feeding and mating. The first pair of legs are thin and short and used as tactile organs. The fourth pair of legs are the longest and strongest and carry white structures called racket organs - the purpose of which is not known.

50. Arachnids
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51. Opiliones
Brief article on harvestmen from South Africa's Biodiversity Explorer.
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Order Opiliones
(Phylum: Arthropoda , subphylum Chelicerata, class Arachnida) Opiliones are commonly called shepherd spiders, harvest spiders or harvestmen. 'Opilio' in Latin means shepherd and the name is probably derived from the fact that in earlier times, European shepherds sometimes walked on stilts to observe their flocks better and Opiliones look as if they are on stilts when walking. The term harvestmen or harvest spiders was a result of them being seen only during harvesting time. They are also referred to as daddy long legs but should not be confused with similarly named spiders, the Pholcidae . Opiliones are not spiders and have no spinning organs, fangs or venom glands and are harmless to man. Opiliones (body about 5 mm). Opiliones are not well known as they and rarely seen due to their cryptic lifestyle. They live in damp forest areas under leaf-litter where they feed on small insects and other invertebrates, snails, fungi and dead animal and vegetable matter. They are more numerous at sea level and numbers diminish with altitude. The head and thorax are not separated by narrow constriction as with spiders. They have round bulbous bodies and very long legs and generally small (bodies up to about 7 mm long). Their cryptic colouration affords protection from predators but should they be attacked, they are usually able to repel the attacker with a repugnant secretion from odiferous glands.

52. An Introduction To Tarantulas And Scorpions
An Introduction to arachnids (Tarantulas, Other Spiders and Scorpions).By Martin Overton (Member What are arachnids? arachnids are a group
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(Tarantulas, Other Spiders and Scorpions)
By: Martin Overton
Member of both the BTS (British Tarantula Society)
and ATS (American Tarantula Society)) Where The Name Tarantula Came From

The European Wolf Spider
(Lycosa Tarantula)
(Click on picture to enlarge) The name tarantula comes from a real spider that is found in southern Italy, it lives mainly in an area around the town of Taranto. In fact the real tarantula ( The European Wolf Spider, Lycosa Tarantula ) is distantly related to the other spiders that share its name. The real tarantula is a small slightly hairy spider ( about 2 inches (5cm's) across ). It is not dangerous to humans!

53. Arachnids In Literature
arachnids in Literature.
Arachnids in Literature
The Story of Anansi
The Silkworm and the Spider

Spider and the Flea

Thus Spake Zarathustra
The Story of Anansi
Anansi the Spider was a vain, mischievous creature, always swindling and hoodwinking others. Anansi was also rich, for he had tricked many creatures out of their homes and land. Chameleon wished with all his heart to take revenge on Anansi, for long ago Anansi had fooled him into giving up his farm, and Chameleon feared his family would soon starve. And so Chameleon thought and thought. At last he knew exactly what to do. Chameleon crawled to the edge of one of Anansi's huge field's and there began to dig. He dug and dug, and soon he had hollowed out a long tunnel. Next he covered the hole with a roof made of dirt, leaving only the tiniest of openings. Chameleon was a most industrious fellow, and though he was exhausted from his work, he did not stop there. He went to work collecting hundreds of thin little green vines. Now Chameleon and his sons together went to work collecting hundreds of buzzing flies. After they had gathered all the flies into pots, they picked them out and tied them, one by one, to the vines. "What are we doing, father?" Chameleon's oldest son asked as they worked.

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  • 55. The Arachnids Spinning Guild
    The. Spinning Guild. The arachnids, located in Gainesville, Florida, are a smallgroup of spinners dedicated to keeping the tradition of spinning alive and fun.
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    The Arachnids, located in Gainesville, Florida, are a small group of spinners dedicated to keeping the tradition of spinning alive and fun. Although spinning is the main focus of this group spinning is not a requirement for membership. Monthly meetings are held in members' homes to discuss spinning, fiber arts and crafts. Occasionally the informal meeting will include special speakers, demonstrations and lessons.
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