Arachnology is the scientific study of spiders and related animals such as
scorpions, pseudoscorpions, and harvestmen, collectively called arachnids. ... 1
Arachnology as a science. 1.1 Subdisciplin...
A scientist who studies spiders is known as an arachnologists. An unreasonable
fear of ... They belong to a group of animals called arachnids. Spiders have no ...
May 24, 2014 ... I know spiders are not insects but does entomology include studying spiders as
well? ... The science of arachnids is logically called Arachnology .... Have webs
woven by LSD-intoxicated spiders ever been studied for their ...
A person who studies butterflies and moths is called a lepidopterist. A
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A zoologist who specializes in the study of fish is called a zoologist, but is ... —
amphibiological, adj. arachnology a branch of zoology that studies spiders and
other ... distribution of all animals, both living and extinct. a treatise on this
A person who studies space is called an astronomer or astrophysicist. These
types of scientists are responsible for the discovery of all of the planets, stars, ...
Oct 30, 2015 ... Cannibalism. Bondage. An offering of flesh. Spiders have weird (and wonderful)
ways of enticing and entertaining their mates. Catherine Scott ...
Apr 7, 2016 ... Tiny trap-jaw spiders have unique "jaw" structures that swing wide and snap ...
their prey — a practice Wood called "very unusual in spiders." Smithsonian
scientist Hannah Wood collects and studies spiders in the Philippines.
arachnology, study of spiders. archaeology, study of human material remains.
archelogy, the study of first principles. archology, science of the origins of ...
May 26, 2016 ... GIF: Scientist Jurgen Otto's incredible images of Peacock spiders ... studies mites
by day — has been fascinated by the spiders for more than a ...