How To Use Opiliones In A Sentence

  • The daddy long-leg spider (Pholcidae) is often confused with the "harvestman" (Opiliones) which can also be called a daddy long-leg. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Harvestmen do indeed belong to the vast arachnid (or spider) class of creatures, but in a little-known group called opiliones. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ones some of us call daddy-longlegs are harvestmen, which look like very skinny spiders but are, of course, opiliones. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some daddy long-legs, also called harvestmen, order Opiliones are scavengers feeding on dead animals, including snails and slugs. Archive 2008-10-01
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