These eight-legged arachnids have two body sections. The first section is called “Cephalothorax” which consists of eyes, mouth fangs, brain, stomach, and the poison –producing glands (to capture its prey). Legs are also connected into this part while the pedipalps beside the fangs hold their prey. They also have 2-4 pairs of eyes but some species have poor eyesight. The second section is called “Abdomen” which has the spinnerets, the glands that produce silk to create a web, egg sac, and to capture prey.
Their size, web orders, and habitat vary by species. These predators feed mostly on insects and they are beneficial to our environment, however, some people have a fear of spiders. Sometimes they get into homes looking for food and can be a great nuisance because of their webbings.
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