A "daddy long leg" spider. Very big one too.
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Drone232 wrote:They are called harvestmen because they frequent wheat fields where they would be seen I large hordes during harvest time. They will drink nectar and thats why they get caught in traps. Mine have only had one, but its fun to see.
tish wrote:You are right. Counting the legs. They cannot be a spider. And speculating by the common ones with this looks like a harvestmanHarvestmen are arachnids and thus, also have eight legs. Their legs, however, are thin and spindly and are easily broken off. If grabbed by the leg, harvestmen will detach it and run off. Spiders don't do this. Harvestmen are also omnivores feeding on both animal prey and small fruits and nectar. Spiders are all carnivores. Both are also quite nutritious for flytraps.
Good observation Drone232.
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