Pholcus phalangoides

Pholcus phalangoides

daddy-long-legs; crane fly; harvestman.
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The fact that some pholcids, including Pholcus phalangoides, also have been identified as araneophagic invaders of webs (Jackson and Brassington, 1987;Japyassu and Macagnan, 2004) maybe significant in the apparent lack of success of mimetids against this group.
Sperm competition in Pholcus phalangoides (Fuesslin, 1775) (Araneae, Pholcidae)--Shorter second copulations gain a higher paternity reward than first copulations.
Determinants of paternity success in the spider Pholcus phalangoides (Pholcidae: Araneae): the role of male and female mating behaviour.
Genital morphology and sperm storage in Pholcus phalangoides (Fuesslin, 1775) (Pholcidae: Araneae).