Mitopus morio

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Mitopus morio
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M. morio
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Arachnida
Order: Opiliones
Suborder: Eupnoi
Superfamily: Phalangioidea
Family: Phalangiidae
Genus: Mitopus
Species: M. morio
Binomial name
Mitopus morio
(Fabricius, 1779)
Synonyms

Phalangium morio
Phalangium palliatum
Opilio grossipes
Opilio alpinus
Phalangium urnigerum
Opilio fasciatus
Opilio crypturum
Opilio cinerascens
Opilio canescens
Opilio albescens
Opilio rufescens
Opilio serripes
Opilio similis
Opilio affinis
Opilio inermis
Opilio albipes
Opilio petrensis
Opilio rhododendri
Oligolophus kulczynskii
Oligolophus vagans
Mitopus scaber
Mitopus borealis
Mitopus californicus
Mitopus montanus

Mitopus morio is a species of harvestman. It occurs in North America, Europe and Asia. It has been observed to walk using its first, third, and fourth sets of legs, using the unusually long second pair of legs to feel in front of it and probe its environment.

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