Palpatores

Palpatores

[‚pal·pə′tȯr·ēz]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of long-legged arachnids in the order Phalangida.
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The harvestmen of the family Caddidae in Japan (Opiliones, Palpatores, Caddoidea).
The opilionid family Caddidae in North America, with notes on species from other regions (Opiliones, Palpatores, Caddoidea).
While these scent-gland properties seem to be consistent in Cyphophthalmi and Laniatores, the scent gland features of a large part of Palpatores, namely in some phalangiids and in the Dyspnoi, are quite cryptic.
flavum (Arachnida: Opiliones: Palpatores: Phalangiidae).
Structure and function of the eyes of two species of opilionid from New Zealand glow-worm caves (Megalopsalis tumida: Palpatores, and Hendea myersi cavernicola: Laniatores).
Zur Embryonalentwicklung der Phalangiiden (Opiliones, Palpatores) unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der ausseren Morphologie, der Bildung des Mitteldarmes und der Genitalanlage.
Some Tasmanian harvestmen of the sub-order Palpatores. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 91:65-79.
This leaves the Palpatores group, the monophyly of which is currently in dispute (compare Shultz 1998 and Giribet et al.
Both the Eupnoi and Dyspnoi clades, which make up the traditional Palpatores group, include long-legged taxa.
Revision of the harvestman genus Leptobunus and dismantlement of the Leptobunidae (Arachnida: Opiliones: Palpatores).