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(3.) Use a skills sheet to ask questions about arachnid adaptations.
This does not leave me particularly reassured, especially when Duncan continues his discussion of Cyprus' bigger arachnids: "We have a very interesting mix of spiders, which includes largish spiders like the aforementioned tarantula Chaetopelmaolivaceum -- Europe's largest spider." This is a spider, he tells me, which can grow up to 12cm in leg span and may have a body length of up to 4cm (spiders are always measured by body length).
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.The addition of Arachnid is in line with Publicisa[euro](tm) strategic objectives for both, the digital segment and fast-growing markets, which make up the two pillars of its global growth, it said.
9 October 2012 - French advertising major Publicis Groupe SA (EPA:PUB) said on Tuesday it had taken over Malaysian digital agency Arachnid, in a move that added substantial scale to its digital capabilities in the Asia Pacific region.
What is the smallest member of the arachnid family?
Humans, we learn from Federal Network broadcasts, may have unwittingly provoked the Arachnids when "Mormon extremists" settled inside the Arachnid zone of the galaxy.
Humans, we learn from Federal Network broadcasts, actually might have provoked the Arachnids when "Mormon extremists" settled inside the Arachnid zone of the universe.
Scorpiones.--Whereas the fossil record of most (extant) arachnid orders is skewed towards the Cenozoic by large numbers of amber species, the scorpion fossil record is uniquely more diverse in the Paleozoic (Table 1).
A SPIDER is an arachnid, which has a two-part body, eight legs and two pincers.
To us thick-skinned humans, this attenuated arachnid is entirely harmless.
One boasting an ethnic African-American single female whose husband has passed away...an eight-legged web-spinning arachnid belonging to the insectivorous order.