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Endeis charybdaea wird umgangssprachlich oft als Asselspinne bezeichnet.
Endeis charybdaea © Anne Frijsinger & Mat Vestjens, Holland, Bild aus der Adria
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lexID: 7159 AphiaID: 134672 Scientific: Endeis charybdaea German: Asselspinne English: Sea Spider Category: Chelicerates Family tree: Animalia (Kingdom) > Arthropoda (Phylum) > Pycnogonida (Class) > Pantopoda (Order) > Endeidae (Family) > Endeis (Genus) > charybdaea (Species) Initial determination: (Dohrn, ), 1881 Occurrence: Adria (the Adriatic Sea), European Coasts, North Atlantic Ocean, the British Isles, the Mediterranean Sea Temperature: 50 °F - 77 °F (10°C - 25°C) Food: Carrion, omnivore, Predatory Difficulty: Not suitable for aquarium keeping Red List: Not evaluated (NE) Related species at Catalog of Life: More related species in this lexicon:
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Created: 2014-05-17 19:52:04
Last edit: 2017-03-18 16:31:30
Endeis charybdaea (Dohrn, 1881)
Sea Spiders are not spiders in the traditional sense. They are known as pycnogonida or pantopoda.
All of them are carnivores and predators (for examble feeds on anemones, sponge, hydrozoa, mossanimals, molluscs and zoanthids).
Sea spiders are typically eigth legged.They are reproduce sexualy.This sea spider is omnivore,predator and scavenger.
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