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Araneomorphae

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araneomorphae spiders

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A Big Spider - Golden Orb - Araneomorphae (sometimes referred to as Labidognatha)

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Delve Araneomorphae build

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INSECTA INSECTUM, Arachnida Araneomorphae (Laba - laba Jaring Emas)

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Araneomorphae | Redwork Embroidery Designs

Araneomorphae is an infraorder of spiders. They are distinguished by having fangs that oppose each other and cross in a pinching action, in contrast to the Mygalomorphae, which have fangs that are nearly parallel in alignment. With the exception of the Hypochilidae spiders, they have at most a single pair of book lungs. Both Araneomorphae and Mygalomorphae belong to the suborder Opisthothelae, which comprises nearly all extant species of spider. Mesothelae, the only other suborder in Aranea, includes only about 100 living species.
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    • Distinguishing characteristics 

    • Spiders included 

    • Systematics