Spider

Tanzania 1994Republic of Congo 1999Singapore 2011Republic of Zaire 1996
Tarantula
Eurypelma sp.
(Theraphosidae)
Red-kneed Tarantula
Brachypelma smithii
(Theraphosidae)
Pond Wolf Spider
Pardosa pseudoannulata
(Lycosidae)
Green Lynx Spider
Peucetia viridans
(Oxyopidae)
Forkland Islands Dependencies 1982Micronesia 2002USA 1999Canouan 2011Chad 1972
Sheet-web Weaver
Natiomaso australis
(Linyphiidae)
Black Widow Spider
Latrodectus mactans
(Theridiidae)
Black Widow Spider
Latrodectus mactans
(Theridiidae)
Woodland Spider
Nephila clavipes
(Tetragnathidae)
Senegal Orb weaving Spider
Nephila senegalense
(Tetragnathidae)
Cote d'Ivoire 1984Chad 1972Lesotho 2002United States of America 1999
Orb Web Spider
Argiope sector
(Araneidae)
Orb Web Spider
Argiope sector
(Araneidae)
Wasp Spider
Argiope bruennichii
(Araneidae)
Yellow Garden Spider
Argiope aurantia
(Araneidae)
Tanzania 1994Falkland Islands 1984Falkland Islands 1984Tanzania 1994
Jeweled Araneas
Araneus sp.
(Araneidae)
Green Spider(juvenile)
Araneus cinnabarinus
(Araneidae)
Green Spider
Araneus cinnabarinus
(Araneidae)
Garden Spider
Araneus diadematus
(Araneidae)
Tanzania 1994United States of America 1999Cook Islands 2013Tanzania 1994
Orbweaving Spider
Micrathena sp.
(Araneidae)
Spinybacked Spider
Gasteracantha cancriformis
(Araneidae)
Orb Web Spider
Neoscona theisi
(Araneidae)
Huntsman Spider
Micrommata rosea
(Sparassidae)
Iceland 2009Romania 1993United States of America 1999Tanzania 1994
Raven Spider
Gnaphosa lapponum
(Gnaphosidae)
Spider
Lascona cristiani
(Liocranidae)
Jumping Spider
Habronattus americanus
(Salticidae)
Jumping Spider
Salticus sp.
(Salticidae)


Australia 2015 SILVERPoland 2010 BRASSSanMarino 1975 ALUMINUM
Red Back Spider
Latrodectus hasselti
(Theridiidae)
Ladybird Spider
Eresus cinnaberinus
(Eresidae)
Orb Web Spider
???
(Araneidae)

Trapdoor Spider
Ryuthela nishihirai
(Liphistiidae)
(ARANEAE)
Sydney Funnel Web Spider
Atrax robustus
(Hexathelidae)
(ARANEAE)
Red-Rump Tarantula
Brachypelma vagans
(Theraphosidae)
(ARANEAE)
Red-kneed Tarantula
Brachypelma smithi
(Theraphosidae)
(ARANEAE)
Net-casting Spider
Deinopus subrufa
(Deinopiidae)
(ARANEAE)
Katipo
Latrodectus katipo
(Theridiidae)
(ARANEAE)
Black Widow Spider
Latrodectus mactans
(Theridiidae)
(ARANEAE)
Red Back Spider
Latrodectus hasselti
(Theridiidae)
(ARANEAE)
Orb Web Spider
Argiope amoena
(Araneidae)
(ARANEAE)
Leaf Curling Spider
Phonognatha graeffei
(Araneidae)
(ARANEAE)
Flower Spider
Diaea variabilis
(Thomisidae)
(ARANEAE)
Japanese Foliage Spider
Chiracanthium japonicum
(Clubionidae)
(ARANEAE)
Adanson's House Jumper
Hasarius adansoni
(Salticidae)
(ARANEAE)
Jumping Spider
Carrhotus xanthogramma
(Salticidae)
(ARANEAE)


Generally, the Arthropods contrasted with an insect in many cases is Spider. The difference from Insecta is taught that Spiders of the number of legs, i.e., the leg of an insect, is eight in six in many cases. It is not impossible that many legs, such as Centipede with many legs, are not set as the comparative object from the start, either, so that a form is completely different at a glance and it does not count and go out. When it sees systematically, Spider is the animal which was widely distantly insect different compared with many legs. Appearance resembles the insect somehow from many legs, because there is much what is living a life ecologically diversified in the near environment.
If it sees from the far and near relation on system evolution, the living sworn brothers near Araneae(Spiders) will be Xiphosurida(Horseshoe Crabs). Subsequently, it is the Trilobita(Trilobites) which the cousin exterminated again. If it says in the distance of an insect and spider, an insect will say rather that it goes back to a trilobite for being a close relationship and tying with spider from Centipede (many legs).

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