Where do daddy longlegs spiders live?

Answer Daddy longlegs spiders, or Pholcidae, are often found in dark, secluded spaces such as sheds, basements, closets and attics, according to the University of Michigan. The University of Kentucky adds... Read More »

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In what type of habitat do daddy longlegs live?

Daddy longlegs, also referred to as Harvestmen, are a group of arachnids related to spiders. Daddy longlegs live in a number of habitats, including forests and open fields. In human dwellings, dadd... Read More »

What is another name for a daddy longlegs?

The name daddy longlegs is often applied to three creatures: Pholcus phalangioides, also called the cellar spider; Phalangium opilio, or the harvestman, a relative of the spider; and the crane fly.... Read More »

Is a daddy-longlegs venomous?

The name "daddy-longlegs" is used for two different animals: the daddy-longlegs spider, a long-legged spider in the Pholcidae family, and a creature that is related to the spider, commonly called a... Read More »

What is the biggest daddy longlegs?

The biggest species of daddy longlegs is called Trogulus torosus. According to the website Zip Code Zoo, the leg span of Trogulus torosus can be over six inches. Its body is 22 mm or 0.87 inches lo... Read More »