WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center

Pear Entomology

Sunday, July 22, 2018

 



 

 

ARACHNIDA: Araneæ, Opiliones, Ixodida, and Scorpiones
 

White spider on Sweet William ~ Gig Harbor


AWolfspider from Keechelus


Eyes of Keechelus Wolfspider


Wenatchee


Wenatchee
Hooded Harvestman ~ Dendrolasma mirabile ~ Icicle Creek Hood apparatus of D. mirabile

Sclerobunus nondimorphicus Briggs ~ Keechelus

Sticky raptorial pedipalps of S. nondimorphicus

Armor of S. nondimorphicus


Eye tubercle of S. nondimorphicus


Underside and leg-pattern of Phalangium opilio

Phalangium opilio Cheliceræ

Dog Tick ~ Dermacentor variabilis ~ East Wenatchee

Littoral Mite ~ Thalassarachna sp. ~ Tacoma ~ Puget Sound

Predatory Mite ~ Anystis sp possib agilis ~ Ohme Gardens

Photomicrograph of legs of Anystis sp possib agilis

Stripetail scorpion under blacklight

Blacklit underside
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