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Opilio parietinus female by Herbst 1798

Opilio parietinus (De Geer, 1778) female from Herbst (1798) [1].

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Opiliones is a collaborative website about harvestmen that anyone can edit!

Quoting (paraphrasing) Seiyapedia: Disappointed by the amount of erroneous data floating around on the web, and frustrated to see their contributions in constant jeopardy at Wikipedia, Adriano Kury & Co. decided to create their own organized hub of information.

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The easiest way to browse is to access the categories using the "browse" ultra category [1].

Our dear contributors are listed in the page of image sources for Opiliones Wiki [2].

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References

  1. Herbst, J.F.W. (1798) Naturgeschichte der Insecten-Gattung Opilio. In: Natursystem der ungeflügelten Insekten, vol. 2 [of 4]. Gottlieb August Lange, Berlin, iv + 26 pp., 5 pls.

External Opilio-resouces

Selected photo-galleries of Opiliones

Arachnologische Gesellschaft e.V. (Arachnida) - [9]

Arthur Anker (Opiliones - Harvestmen of the World) - [10]

Axel Schönhofer (Mainz) - [11]

Forum mitteleuropäischer Spinnen (Weberknechte Europas bestimmen (Determining opiliones of Europe)) - [12]

Harvestmen by "Invertebrate-images" [13]

Jan van Duinen - Most Dutch harvestmen on one page [14]

Kunzweb Gallery (Opiliones (Weberknechte)) - [15]

Le monde des insectes - Arachnides ‹ Opilions - [16]

Les araignées de Belgique et de France by Pierre Oger [17]

Marshal Hedin (Harvestmen (Opiliones)) - [18]

Netherlands - Opiliones, Harvestmen by Jan J. van Duinen - [19]

Paul Bertner (Harvestmen (Opiliones)) - [20]

Other resources

Checklist of the Cyphophthalmi species of the World (Gonzalo Giribet) - [21]

OPILIONES d'Italia [Harvestmen of Italy] (by Alida Piglia, Milano & Clemens M. Brandstetter, Bürs) - [22]

Taxonomic literature on Opiliones online at UFRJ (OmniPaper Project) - [23]

Checklist of valid genera of Opiliones of the World by A.B. Kury - [24]

Classification of Opiliones by A.B. Kury - [25]

Tourinho, A.L., Porto, W.L, Colmenares, P.A. 2013. Opilioteca: Biblioteca Virtual de Opiliões da Amazônia (Chelicerata, Arachnida, Opiliones). CENBAM, Manaus, Amazonas, Brasil. [26]

Live footage

  • Metagyndes chilensis from Chile eating a roach[27].
  • Protolophidae[28].
  • Gonyleptidae Discocyrtanus sp. from Brazil[29].
  • Bunny Harvestman in action, Metagryne bicolumnata, Cosmetidae[30].
  • Zachaeus crista (Brullé, 1832) from Turkey[31].
  • Sclerosomatidae: Cosmobunus granarius (Lucas, 1846) and Leiobunum biseriatum Roewer, 1910 from Spain[32].
  • Lacinius ephippiatus (C.L. Koch, 1835), female, from Germany[33].
  • Opilio canestrinii (Thorell, 1876)[34].
  • Sadocus polyacanthus (Gervais, 1847) from Chile[35].
  • Metaphalangium cirtanum (C.L. Koch, 1839) from Italy[36].
  • Gagrellinae from Ganeshgudi, Karnataka, India[37].
  • Leiobuninae feeding on dead earthworm, from Alabama, USA[38].
  • Juvenile Central American Cosmetidae (Acromares vittatum) devouring a chironomid midge[39].
  • Trogulus sp. eating snail, from Italy[40].
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