What are daddy long legs' predators?
Daddy long-legs spiders (Pholcidae) have a few predators. One of
the most astonishing predators of the Pholcidae are the humans.
Humans often kill them being scared, but cause no harm to us, and
they mainly only benefit us killing bad insects and other spiders.
Birds and lizards are some of the other predators of the Daddy
Daddy long legs are not spiders. They are called harvestmen and they have 10 legs. Grand daddy long legs are spiders and they are also called cellar spiders.
An adult daddy long legs will have segmented legs, that when stretched out would be about 5 to 6cm long.
Because they have long legs compared to the size of their bodies.
if you have ever seen one they have very long legs
of course the daddy long leg has enemies its enemy is other daddy long legs
no daddy long legs dont bit.
Yes there are female daddy long legs
no daddy long legs are not poisons or toxi
My Daddy Long Legs was created in 1990.
Yes there are daddy long legs in Wisconsin.
Using their legs daddy-long-legs spiders can make themselves almost invisible. By rapidly shaking when hanging in their web they create a motion-blur and because of their long thin legs the image of the spider vanishes almost completely. A very effective technique to outwit predators.
no. but there are daddy fat legs
daddy long legs are not spiders, and they are not harmful.
daddy long legs are harmless.
Where do daddy long legs find their food.
There is only one type of daddy long legs, which is the common household Daddy- long legs. They have brown legs. Most have blue eyes too.
The daddy long legs is named for its incredibly long legs, which are massive in comparison to its body.
A "daddy long legs" is also a spider. It has the longest legs of any arachnid.
Daddy Long Legs are spiders. Spiders are not insects and they are not vertebrates.
Daddy long legs indeed do NOT hibernate, arachnids do not hibernate
daddy long legs. but if they eat daddy long legs the daddy long legs are poisenes so the white tail spiders die.
Very rarely. One of the Redback spider's (Latrodectus hasselti) predators seems to be the Cellar spider (Pholcus phalangioides), also known as Daddy Long-legs.
The name daddy-long-legs beginning is unknown. It is suspected to have come from a book by Jean Webster about a girl in an orphanage whose benefactor is a tall man whom has long legs and she calls him Daddy Long Legs.
The scientific name for a 'Daddy Long Legs' is a cellar spider
No, daddy long legs are insects and spiders are arachnids
mommy long legs just like baby daddy long legs are called baby legs. since they are called what they are. its that simple! :)
Because they're spiders that look like daddy long legs
daddy long legs have mouths so small that they cant bite you
no. a daddy long legs is a spider
The "Daddy long legs" crane-fly is an insect, with 6 long legs, a small thin line as a body, and wings. There is also a "daddy long legs spider" of somewhat similar appearance though as a spider, is obviously wingless and with 8 legs.
I guess it's not quite a daddy yet.
yes he could grow DADDY LONG LEGS.
i think it is only the daddy long legs
Mummy Long Legs
NO, they are not dangerous, here is a website that clears up any myths about daddy long legs and the daddy long leg spider http://spiders.ucr.edu/daddylonglegs.html
There is a type of spider called daddy-long-leg spider because it looks like a daddy long leg but it is a spider. But the answer is no, although they look similar daddy long legs are insects and spiders are arachnids
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Scorpion and Daddy long-legs. The Daddy long-legs isn't actually a spider.
yes....daddy longlegs are harmless to humans no, daddy long legs produce venom but there fangs are il equipped for piercing flesh.
Daddy long legs and black widow spiders are very different. Black widows are a spider while daddy long legs are an insect.
Black Widows are poisonous - Daddy Long Legs are more poisonous
Daddy long legs have tiny mouthparts, similar to spider fangs. They can definitely 'bite' but only to eat.
No. Daddy long legs are not mosquitoes. Daddy long legs are arachnids (spiders) and although they are in fact quite poisenous, daddy long legs are harmless because their mouths are too small to bite. Daddy longlegs are not mosquitos, neither are they arachnids (spider) they are actually called Crane Flies, they are not poisonous. Their young, which live in the soil and feed on the roots of grasses and plants are called Leather Jackets.
mommy long legs lol
Daddy long legs or Pholcus phalangioides
Daddy long legs have circular bodies and 8 legs that can range in lenght.the longest set of legs ive personally seen is about three inches in lenght.
Cellars spiders are often confused with Harvestmen and Crane Flies. "Daddy long legs" is too broad a term to use, as they are all different creatures with different attributes. Scientifically, there is no animal called a Daddy Long Legs.
This is based on each spider but the legs of a Daddy-Long-Legged spider could reach from 1 1/2 to 2 inches
None of the species know by the common name "daddy long legs" have gills, nor do they live in water and have need of them.
Daddy long legs are extremely venomous, but because their fangs are to small, they cannot harm humans, and are therefore harmless :)