Yes, all kinds of spiders are classified as arachnids.
No spiders are friendly they would be classified as venomous or nonvenomous.
No, all spiders have eight legs. This is why they are classified as arachnids.
They are 'arachnids'. They are not spiders. Spiders are arachnids too, but spiders belong to a distinct family of arachnids, Aranaea.
No, though both are classified as Arthropods.
I believe they are arachnids,like spiders
if it had wings it would not be classified as a spider
No. Tarantulas are spiders, and are therefore arachnids. They are not classified as insects.
Correct, all spiders are classified as arachnids.All spiders are arachnids.Arachnids are joint-legged invertebrate animals with 8 legs, such as:SpidersScorpionsTicksMitesEtc
because they have 8 legs and insects have 6 legs
They both belong to the Arachnids family.
Because unlike all insects, spiders have 8 legs instead of 6. They also lack antennae and wings and compound eyes.
Yes, scorpions are arthropods, classified under Arachnids along with mites, spiders, and others.
Spiders have eight legs, but insects don't. Every insect has six legs. If an animal has more than six legs, then it is not classified an insect. Spiders have only two body parts, which insects do not have. All insects have only three body parts: head, thorax and abdomen. Because the spider has differences from an insect, it is classified under arachnids.
spiders- most people think they are insects but they aren't.
Depends on your definition of a sting. Some species of spiders do indeed inject venom, but not through the abdomen. They usually inject venom through the fangs in their head, which would be classified as a bite rather than a sting. So, no spiders sting, but some spiders bite.
Yes. Beetles and spiders are both arthropods. Please see the related link for more details.
Scorpions are carnivorous arachnids, like spiders. They eat insects and other scorpions and could therefore be classified as insectivores.
Scorpions are classified as arthropods within the class of Arachnida which means they are technically spiders. With almost 1800 different species, scorpions inhabit every continent except Antarctica.
In the scientific classification, bed bugs are classified as insecta, whereas mites are classified as arachnida. In other words, bed bugs are insects with 6 legs and mites are spiders with 8 legs, therefore, they are not the same.
Ticks are classified as arachnids, just like mites and spiders. They are parasites that attach themselves to other animals to feed on their blood.
Jumpimg spiders, wolf spiders, fishing spiders, cobweb spiders, barn spiders, cellar spiders, funnel spider (grass spider), garden spider.
their are :wolf spiders, tarantula's spiders,fly spiders,bird eating spiders,spider monkeys
wolf spiders, bolas spiders.