in (Darwen) .
Written in English
From Lancashire naturalist.
|Other titles||Lancashire naturalist.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||Pp. 385-392, 21-24 :|
|Number of Pages||392|
Describes the characteristics of spiders, scorpions, daddy-long-legs, ticks, and mites. %. Ø. Prosoma (cephalothorax) bears a pair of pre-oral chelicerae and a pair of post-oral pedipalps Ø. Cephalothorax also bears four pairs of walking legs Ø. In spiders, each chelicerae bears a fang into which the poisonous glands opens. 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 million years ago. FRAGMENTS OF A ZADOKITE WORK, by S. Schechter () [[Robert Kraft, 2/21/99, updated 24 January ]] Manuscripts A and B came from the Cairo Genizah and are now in the Cambridge University Library [England], designated as Taylor-Schechter MSS .
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