Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada

Suborder Eupnoi


Kury A.B., ed. (2009) Project Opilionomicon. Museu Nacional, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro
[cite:1124096]

The Harvestmen of Maryland
Sub-pages of this site are already found as a reference on some guide pages. Descriptions of harvestmen species of Maryland, accompanied by photographs; useful for eastern regions.

Kury A.B. (-2014) Classification of Opiliones
[cite:592399]
Museu Nacional/UFRJ website

List of all Opiliones of the World

Arachnids of North Carolina

Synopsis of the described Arachnida of the World
[cite:428959]
World catalogue of the Arachnida (in progress), BG's recommended standard source(1) for Acari classification.

American Tarantula Society--Free Downloads
Various resources, including a glossary, and The American Arachnological Society Common Names of Arachnids list.

Thanks to Sam Houston for providing this link.

The Arachnology Home Page
From the welcome page:

The Arachnological Hub of the World Wide Web for the study of arachnids (spiders and their relatives)
Acari - Amblypygi - Araneae - Opiliones - Palpigradi - Pseudoscorpiones - Ricinulei - Schizomida - Scorpiones - Solifugae - Uropygi ( Thelyphonida )

Basically a portal with lots of links to other sites of interest (including this site).