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Coleopteros foram capturados em maior quantidade no verao e na primavera respectivamente, e os grupos Opiliones e Hemiptera apresentaram distribuicao semelhante ao longo das estacoes.
Opiliones Phalangodidae Bishopella laciniosa CROSBY AND BISHOP Araneae Amaurobiidae Coras sp.
Entre los aracnidos los opiliones o aranas segadoras, "harvestman", constituyen el cuarto orden mas grande, con al menos 6500 especies descritas actualmente; se encuentran en diversos habitats terrestres y en todos los continentes a excepcion de la Antartida (Kury 2000).
Once dried, the arthropods were identified to order or suborder and categorised into 14 main groups according to Ponce & Magnani (1988): Opiliones, Aranea, Diplopoda, Saltatoria, Dermaptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera without Formicidae, Formicidae, Coleoptera, Lepidoptera imagines (adults), Lepidoptera larvae (caterpillars), Isopoda, Heteroptera and Homoptera.
The Order Opiliones Sundevall, comprises four suborders (Cyphophthalmi Simon, Eupnoi Hansen & Sorensen, Dyspnoi Hansen & Sorensen, and Laniatores Thorell) with more than 6.
This image of a fused body corresponds to other orders of arachnids, either with ticks and mites or with opiliones (harvestman, daddy longlegs), which are arachnids like spiders but with a prosoma and opisthosoma united throughout their whole width and many with long legs.
Chapter 7 provides a useful referenced checklist of all other arachnids described from Dominican amber, including 18 families of Acari, in addition to the orders Amblypygi, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpiones, Scorpiones and Solifugae.
COMMON NAME ORDER DESCRIPTION Spiders Araneae Eight legs, no wings Beetles Coleoptera Hard elytra Springtails Collembola Minute & wingless Earwigs Dermaptera "Pincer"-like cerci Flies, gnats, Diptera Only order with two wings mosquitoes Leafhoppers, Hemiptera Wings half hard, half planthoppers membranous Aphids Homoptera Small, with cornicles Wasps (many small Hymenoptera Usually with a constricted parasitoids), "waist" bees, ants Moths, Lepidoptera Scale-covered wings butterflies Lacewings Neuroptera Clear, vein-filled wings Harvestmen Opiliones Like spiders, often called "daddy longlegs" Crickets, Orthoptera Long hind legs for jumping grasshoppers, katydids
Los escorpiones, las aranas, los opiliones, los pseudoescorpiones y los acaros conforman el mayor grupo depredador del suelo; generalmente, habitan el horizonte organico cuando existe y la vegetacion superficial.