This image shows the magnified eyes of a Harvestman spider — Palangium opilio, also commonly known as a daddy longlegs.

20 eye-opening microscopic images from the Olympus BioScapes Competition

Frontal section of Phalangium opilio (Harvestman/Daddy longlegs) eyes (Image: Igor Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition)

Meet Sméagol, the eyeless cave-dwelling daddy long-legs

A new, blind species of harvestman spider, named Iandumoema smeagol after the character in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings

This Harvestman spider from Ecuador has fascinating markings. Aside from the pretty spots, he’s also well armed with spikes on his back and legs. Andreas Kay took this photo at the Yasuni Research Station.

Photo: Polka-dot spider with spikes

Daddy Long Legs: Pholcus phalangioides. These actually ARE NOT SPIDERS!, nor do they have venom of any sort. they are in a family known as harvestmen

The Poisonous Daddy Long Legs; There has been a persistent rumor circulating for some time that the daddy long legs spider is the most poisonous in the world but cannot kill humans because its fangs are too small.

https://flic.kr/p/WgioBh | Bunny Harvestman, Metagryne bicolumnata, Opiliones | ID by Miguel Angel Medrano from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/WgioBh | Bunny Harvestman, Metagryne bicolumnata, Opiliones | ID by Miguel Angel Medrano from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

- * Harvestman Spider; juvenile * - Trogulus tingiformis : A species of 45 known species of the family Trogulidae. Some harvestmen are known as 'daddy longlegs' or 'grandddaddy longlegs,' but these names are also used for two other unrelated arthopods; the crane fly (Tipulidae) and the cellar spider (Pholcidae). Many species are known for their exceptionally long legs relative to their body size, however some species are short-legged -

- * Harvestman Spider; juvenile * - Trogulus tingiformis : A species of 45 known species of the family Trogulidae. Some harvestmen are known as 'daddy longlegs' or 'grandddaddy longlegs,' but these names are also used for two other unrelated arthopods; the crane fly (Tipulidae) and the cellar spider (Pholcidae). Many species are known for their exceptionally long legs relative to their body size, however some species are short-legged -

Researchers in Brazil named a newly discovered harvestman species after Smeagol, the pathetic bottom-dweller from Tolkien's epic "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

New eyeless harvestman species named for Tolkien's Smeagol

Researchers in Brazil named a newly discovered harvestman species after Smeagol, the pathetic bottom-dweller from Tolkien's epic "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

Scientists in Brazil have discovered a new species of spider, which they have named after a character from the Lord of the Rings, Smeagol, better known for his alter ego, Gollum. The “Iandumoema smeagol” is a troglobitic harvestman spider believed to be found only in caves in the area.

Brazilian cave spider named after Lord of the Rings’ Smeagol

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Ok, I'm really freaked out right about now!

Harvestman spider guarding her young. While these spiders are not at all dangerous to humans in terms of toxicity, they are famous for appearing in various places in cars and causing accidents.

“Jason’s mask” Harvestman Spider

If you’re ever snooping around the rainforests of Ecuador you better watch your back because a “Jason’s mask” Harvestman Spider might be lurking just around the corner.

Giant Harvestman (Arachnid) Discovered in Laos Cave

Giant Harvestman (Arachnid) Discovered in Laos Cave

Giant Harvestman (Arachnid) Discovered in Laos Cave.I want to puke

Writing in the journal ZooKeys, researchers said the new species of troglobitic harvestman spider, landumoema smeagol, is believed to be found only in a network of caves in Brazil’s Minas Gerais state.

New scary spider found in Brazil named after 'Lord of the Rings' character

Writing in the journal ZooKeys, researchers said the new species of troglobitic harvestman spider, landumoema smeagol, is believed to be found only in a network of caves in Brazil’s Minas Gerais state.

Why do Harvestmen Clump Together // Harvestman Spider Why do Harvestmen Clump Together // Harvestman Spider The Opiliones are an order of arachnids colloquially known as Harvestman Spider harvesters or daddy longlegs. Although both harvestmen and spiders are arachnids the two orders are not otherwise closely related. Scientific name: Opiliones Rank: Order Higher classification: Dromopoda Phylum: Arthropoda Subclass: Dromopoda harvestmen cluster harvestman uk harvestman vs daddy long legs…

Free High Definition Stock Video Footage of an Arachnid most commonly known as a "Daddy Longlegs" sitting on a tree guarding a friend

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