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The arachnids, Arachnida, are a class of invertebrate animals in the subphylum Chelicerata. Arachnids are named for the mythological figure Arachne. They are chiefly terrestrial arthropods, some 65,000 to 73,000 species including the spiders, scorpions, harvestmen, ticks, and mites. The arachnids are easily distinguished from the insects by the fact that they have eight legs instead of six. The pedipalpi (leg-like mouthparts) of some species has instead been adapted for sensory, prey capture or reproductive functions. In solpugids the palpi are quite leg-like and make solpugids appear to have ten legs. Larval mites have only six legs: they grow their fourth pair when they molt into nymphs.

Arachnids are mostly carnivorous, feeding on the pre-digested body of insects and other small animals. Many are venomous - they secrete poison from specialized glands to kill prey or enemies. Others are parasites, some of which are carriers of disease. Arachnids usually lay eggs, which hatch into immature adults.
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VIDEO CLIPS
Spider
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3D insects - Alexei Sharov, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech.
Black widow spider
Spider
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Feature Creature Home Page
Pinkie spider (animation)
Spider
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Feature Creature Home Page
Tiptoe spider (animation)
Spider
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Pelotes Island Nature Preserve
Black widow spider in her web
Spider
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San Deigo State University - Experimental Ecology (354L) Class GIS Project.
Movie of jumping spider
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Spiders are very important predators in many ecosystems. Social spiders are unique - usually spiders of equal size eat one another.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
This large female spider catches a termite for a late afternoon meal.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
This Nephila sp. orb weaver rebuilds her web after a night of heavy rains at Almonds & Corals in SE Costa Rica.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A social spider community. There were hundreds of individuals that were working on a somewhat disorganized web in SE Costa Rica.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A social spider community. There were hundreds of individuals that were working on a somewhat disorganized web in SE Costa Rica.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A very small, but brave Salticid spider pauses and charges the camera at Palo Verde National Park.
Spider
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A large funnel web spider charges at the author.
Spider
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A wonderful potpourri of animal life from Jean Lafitte National Park. See the Dragonfly Slayer and the frog eating spider Nephilia!
Spider
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A potpourri of orb weaver spiders, flowers, and Stone Rolling Wasps in Jean Lafitte National Park.
Tarantula
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A very large tarantula (Megaphobema mesomelas, female) near the entrance to Monteverde Preserve.
Tarantula
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
This huge tarantula was found in the bathroom of the one of the accommodations along the SE Caribbean coast. Note the spiders defensive position.
Tarantula
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A pet Brazilian Bird eating tarantulas (Lasiodora parahybana) from the author's lab.
Tarantula
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Pollux and Castor (Brazilian Bird eating tarantulas from the author's lab) feast on about 18 crickets each. Note how Pollux wraps-up her recently killed crickets with silk. She then picks up the package and sips the potpourri down.
Tarantula
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Brazilian Bird eating tarantulas from author's lab. Movie shows all of the details--web spinning, fang action, etc.
Horseshoe Crab
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Discovery.com
Living Fossils
Spider
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PBS
Spider Mating Game
Scorpion
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The Amazing world of Brad Byers
Brad Byers taking scorpion out of his mouth
Deer Tick
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Iowa State
Larval Deer Tick crawling
Horseshoe Crab
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baylink.org
Horseshoe Crab video clip
Horseshoe Crab
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baylink.org
Horseshoe Crab video clip
Wolf spider
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Wolf spider video clips available in various formats
Deer Tick
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iowa state university
Female Deer Tick crawling
Deer Tick
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Iowa State
Male DeerTick crawling
Golden Water Mite
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Molecular Expressions
A tiny golden water mite strides through pond water; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 100x
Golden Water Mite
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Molecular Expressions
A tiny golden water mite strides through pond water; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 100x
Beetle Mite
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Molecular Expressions
A beetle mite climbs over a clump of pond debris; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 100x
Beetle Mite
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Molecular Expressions
Better adapted for moving about on land, this beetle mite finds it difficult to move through the water without a surface to climb on; under oblique illumination at a magnification of 100x
Beetle Mite
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Molecular Expressions
A beetle mite, lying on its back, struggles to right itself; under oblique illumination at a magnification of 100x
Dust Mite
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Microscopy-UK
Close-up of dustmite.
Spider Mite
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Jarmo Holopainen - Digital Video Clips of Urban, Agricultural and Forest Pests and Beneficial Insect
Spider mites on bean leaf
Predatory mite
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Jarmo Holopainen - Digital Video Clips of Urban, Agricultural and Forest Pests and Beneficial Insect
Euseius finlandicus is a predator mite of cyclamen mite on strawberry, but here it is using pollen as an alternative food source
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